Jackson County Floridan


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Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Cottondale student Summer Skye
Hayes,14, stopped by the Floridan
offices Saturday to talk about her win
at regionals and what lies ahead. In
May, she will represent the Florida Big
Si i Bend area when she competes in the
Scripps National Spelling Bee.


teen spells


SNational competition
DEBORAH BC KHALTE/FLORIDAN is next stop for Hayes
John Melchiorre shows off some of his pancreatic cancer awareness bling. Melchiorre often wears the gear to draw attention that leads to
conversations with people about the subject as he goes about his daily business. BY ANGIE COOK

For Summer Hayes, the third
time was the charm.

year-old Cottondale High School
student got the win she'd been
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER purple Mardi Gras beads around his neck, hoping for, one that eluded her
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com purple ribbons on his cap, sports a pur- a Cou F twice before. And she saw victory
ple t-shirt and carries a supply of purple ti othe -moment the .pronouncer ut-
Compass Lake resident John ribbons to give away to anyone he can etrtered what would turn out to be
Melchiorre of Compass Lake was diag- strike up a conversation with. eati cacr is te forher winning word.
nosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer in "This is what a plum on steroids looks ause of cancer death in the United As a three-time Jackson County
July. His prognosis is a week-to-week af- like," he joked on a recent day when he s antcpate becmewinner, Hayes is very familiar with
fair, but he knows he's facing some seri- was all dressed up. But his mission in the regional competition, but that
ous facts. wearing his colors is no joking matter. didn't mean becoming the 2014
His cancer will not enter remission and He's trying to raise awareness about
it is inoperable. His particular kind of pancreatic cancer so that others in gen- rate of 6 pSee SPELLING, Page 9A
cancer has the highest mortality rate of eral might be more knowledgeable about
the pancreatic types. it and potentially recognize symptoms
He doesn't know how long he'll live, earlier than he did.n 2014n estimated 46420eope Blollto
but he wants to make a difference while Melchiorre is also doing his best to be diagnosed with anreat ncerin
he's here. That's why he often leaves his establish a support group here for
house dressed in his royal-purple pan- arrested
creatic cancer awareness bling. He wears See MISSION, Page 9A m an

for meth

Celebrating 125 years of public health in Florida Fro staff reports
Officials in Calhoun County have
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER arrested a man whose home, they
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan:com say, was the location cited in "nu-
.... ~ merous" drug-related complaints
Feb. 20 marks the official 125th received by law enforcement.
anniversary of Florida's public i According to the
health program, and local health Calhoun County
departments across the state are Sheriff's Office,
recognizing the milestone in a on Friday, Feb. 14,.
variety of ways. Calhouh County
For instance, Jackson County Sheriff's Office CID
Health Administrator and some arrested Grady Ran-
of his key staff members were Calhoun dal Roberson, 49,
present last Tuesday when, at of Blountstown, for
Long's request, jackson County manufacture of methamphet-
Commissioners signed a proc- amine, possession of metham-
lamation in recognition of the phetamine and possession of drug
anniversary. paraphernalia.
Long said Jackson County Items discovered at Roberson's
joined the public health fam- residence were in various stages of
ily in 1935, when it established the "one pot" methamphetamine
its first program in an upstairs manufacturing process.
office at the Jackson County Calhoun County CID had re-
School Board building in Mari- ceived numerous complaints in
anna. From there, the health reference to methamphetamine
department moved into its own manufacturing and use at Rober-
free-standing building on 4th son's residence.
Street in 1956. And that's where The Calhoun County CID en-
it stayed until 2011, when a state DEBORAH BUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN courages anyone with informa-
allocation of $12 million was Front row (from left), WIC Program Manager DeAnne Yon Cutler, Jackson County Health Administrator tion about methamphetamine
used to construct a new health William Long, Jackson County Public Health Nursing Director Gail Allen and health department Business manufacturing to call the Calhoun
building on the north side of Manager Tori Wiggins stand with Jackson County Commissioners, back row (from left), Willie Spires, County Sheriff's Office at 850-674-
Ed Crutchfield, Chuck Lockey, Jeremy Branch and Kenny Stephens after the county board adopted a 5049 or Chipola Crime Stoppers at
See HEALTH, Page 9A proclamation recognizing the 125th anniversary of public health in Florida. 1-888-804-8494.

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O Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion African Americans. Today's movie, set in the o40s, Jackson County Library Services workshop
CONTACT US 6V30 pamein AA room of First United Methodist is about a famous sports star who pary the way 6:30 pmp.at the Graceviale Library for residents
et s l.co Church, 2901rCaledonia St.in Marianna. Attendance for African American areens.tree Rated .PGO13 of the Graceville area. Seeking public input for the
Telephone:J850-526-3614 limited to people with a desire to stop drinking For sinomation about this and other movies in the Jackson County library services study. For infsrma-
FAX: 850-482-4478 D O schedulearyve stop by the Library and pick up a schedule 10.88library director at the Marianna Branch

Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com D a f n e ar 17 or call 482-9631. at 209-0846 or visit the website at www.jcplfl.orgor
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C U Marianna Recreation Department baseball- 6:30 p.m. at Malone Town Hall for residents of seeing you there.
4 F L lonsutio L SUNDAY, .m. F 16 Session i. en B his preentation. Everyone invited. of the Alford, Cottondale and Compass Lake area.
Publisher Valeria Roberts Fine Arts Series -4 pm, St. Luke's Episcopal Movies aint Your Public ibrary 1:30 vi p.m. at the Seeking publicinput for the Jackson County library

Office Hours: (MERE) location at 3625 Caverns Road in Marianna study. For informaetion call thelibrary director at the Marianna. Call 209-4310.
vroberts@ cfloridan.com Church, 4362 Lafayette St., Marianna. Showcasing Main Library on Green Street in Marianna. One of sev ics tu nor inyrmain ca the Meeting 8irc
Jonny Lipford featuring Native American Courting a series of five popular feature films, shown durings p.. i the roomnn of irt ited Met ood isit th
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Flute. "Meet the Artist" reception follows the recital. February, celebrating Black History Month, depict- website at www.jcplfl.orgor show up at one of the
doberski@jcfloridan.com Donations accepted for the fine arts series. ing actual events, current and historical, involving m eetings. Looking forward to seeing you there.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion African Americans. Today's movie, set in the'40s, 8-9 Jackson County Library Services workshop
CONTACT US 6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist is about a famous sports star who paved the way 6:30 p.m. at the Graceville Library for residents

You should receive your newspaper no later Zone and Dxie Boys. The fee fo Darlngs Angels, p i t A op
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Attendance for African American athletes. Free. Rated PG13. of the Graceville area. Seeking public input for the
Telephone: 850-526-3614 limited to people with a desire to stop drinking. For information about this and other movies in the Jackson County library services study. For infrma-

tion between6a.m.and noon, Tuesday to wil b accepted. Checks need to be made payable WEDNESDAY, FEB.19
FAX: 850-482-4478 schedule stop by the Library and pick up a schedule tion call the library director at the Marianna Branch
at Email: editorial@ oridao 4 Mo h F .rida a1d 9 a.m.t or call 482-9631.Cu at 209-0846 or visit the website at www.jcplfl.orgor

oSUBSCRIPTION RATES b n e f l as y st os au el Marianna show up Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
SeStreet Address: 1p.m Jackson County Liry Seior to p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist
for Marianna Recreation Departmentbaseball- 6:30 p.m. at Malone Town Hall for residents of seeing you there.

d $ .45r one e year. Al prices include Chipola Chapter, N R t 11a.m. at Greenwood and Malone area. bSeeking Disabled American Veterans MYeeting -

lWeekdays, 8 a.m. to 5p.m. or you may drop off your registration at City Hall. Marianna Branc at 209-0846 or visit the website Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9h
Boys and girls ages 5 to 15 years of age are eligible at www.jcplfl.orgor show up at one of the meetings. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
MISSto play. The fee for T-Ball is $35 for participants Looking forward to seeing you there. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed disp
and $40 for Dixie Youth machine pitch, AAA,"i c h 1 Cedn St. ino M ianna Cls"e ds
You should receive your newspaper no later Zone and Dixie Boys. The fee for Darlings, Angels, Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 cussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to
than 6 a.m. Iflt does not arrive, call Circula- Ponytails and Belles Softball will be $40. The fee p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist stop drinking is welcome.
ution between 6 a.i. and noon, Tuesday to amust be paidwith a check or money order, no cash Church, 2901Caleonia St., Marianna.
subscrptionwill be accepted. Checks need to be made payable WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19
Friday and a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The to MERE. No one will be allowed to register after TUESDAY, FEB. 18 a Malone Joy Club -10 am. Joy Club House, S.R.

services study. For information call the library direc- Call 482-9124J
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Feb.28. All participants must bring a copy of their St. Anne Thrift Store 9 am. to 1 p.m. St. 2, Malone. Lunch served at noon. Games following
Te ises published Tuesday through Friday and birth certificate. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. lunch. Come and join the fun.
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid w Malone Dixie Youth Baseball sign-ups 9 Call 482-3734. )y Jackson County Tourist Development Council
at Marianna, FL. a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 9 a.m. to w Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting meeting 10 a.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafay-
noon on Saturday at Malone Town Hal. Sign up fee Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., ette St., Marianna.
meSUBSCRIPTION RATES is $40 per child. Please bring copy of your child's Marianna. Vm Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon

, ,. , bOne Stop Career Center. Success on the Jobsis for these informative workshops. agroupe ya proessiona group
suchere birth certificate. I f you have questions call Michael Sewing Circle I p.m. at Jackson County Senior to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 Padgett 209-1250, Lenny Weber 209-8409 or Jamie Citizens, 2931Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; Floyd 569-2343. 482-5028:
and $123.45for oneyear. oth prices include )) Chipola Chapter, NSDAR 11 a.m. tat the Os )) Pn he andle Public Library Cooperative System THURSDAY, FEB. 20
applicable state and local taxes. Mail CRestaurant at Oaks Station Marianna. Dr. Joe Gay Board Mfeeting 4p.. at 2862 Madison in MaiSt.,'n' S 8 a.m. at he
ption of ay adeisemet be ond the for the will speak about women's heart health. For informa- Marianna. )) Interntioal Chommunity, "Community, Childen
subscriptions ust be paid in advanent. Mail tion about DAR contact Regent Carolyn Jordan at Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; 850-638-1947 or cdjordan@bellsouth.net. P Jackson County LibraryServices workshop Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter-
$92.24 n r swill not knowingy acpt or 5 -7 p at Jacson County Etension a- 1:30 p.m. at Campbellton Community Center national English learners invite the public for the
$92 foublish ile material o and $14.47 for one Marianna Lions Club Meeting Busines met for residents of the Campbellton and Jacob area. exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed
year. Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call Seeking public input for the Jackson County library environment. Light refreshments served. No charge.
482-20. services study. For information call the library direc- Call 482-9124.
ADVERTISING o n Senior Fellowship Association monthly tor at the Marianna Branchat 209-0846 or visit the on ont rien the L
potluck luncheon and meeting noon at Youth website at www.jcplfl.orgor show up at one of the ) St. Anne Thrift Store- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St.
The advertiser agrees that the publisr Center at ist Church. Fried chicken meetings. Looking forward to seeing you there. e en Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.
shall not be liable for damages arising will be served. Chipola Retirement Center will be ) Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna Call 482-3734.
out of errors and advertisements beyond spotlighted and Regina Jackson and Tina Sims willerer One Stop Career Center. "Mock Interviewing" is Caegiver Support Group Meeting 11 am. to
the amount paid forthe space actually be representatives. Scott Paramore will be the guest the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The noon in the First Presbyterian Church Social Hall,
occupied by that portion of the advertise- speaker. workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational 4437 Clinton St., Marianna. Open to all family care-
Subments in which the error occurred, whether Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna Career Coach. Visit employfloridacom to register givers providing care to loved ones or friends. Con-
eventssuch error is due to the negligence of the upcOne Stop Career Center. "Success on the Job" is for these informative workshops fidential group, facilitated by a professional group
Fees may apply fuor wedding, engagemen th workshop. It is free and open to the public. The J acks on. Submit ty School Board month meetJackson counselor. Coffee, water, light snacks provided.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational 4 p.m. At the School Board Office, 2903 Jefferson ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Career Coach. Visit emp!oyfloridacom to register St., Marianna. The agenda for each meeting can be Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
tion of any advertisement beyond the for these informative workshops, viewed through the district website www.jcsb.org. is the local community, "Community, Children &
amount paid for such advertisement. This Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting Open to public. Character." Call 526-3142.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or 530-730 p.m. at Jackfollowing son County Extension wood Town of Grand Ridge Planning and oning veh Maianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at
republish illegal matan error, please call 526-3614 incid 2741 Penn Ave., Marianna. Business meet- committee meeting 4:30 p.m. at the Grand Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.
Monday-Friday.ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are acci and county crashes, one for Ridge Town Hall to review a major development Call 482-2290.
ing which expresses preference based on projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Call order submitted by AT&T Mobility for a proposed ) The Jackson County Friends of the Library
legally protected personal characteristics is 209-7638. telecommunications tower. For more info call 592- board meeting 1 p.m. Jackson County Public
not acceptable. Alford Community Organization Meeting re- 6 4621. Public invited. Library, 2929 Green St. Marianna. All members and
p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New members y The Capt. Luke Lott's Calhoun Guard, Camp those interested in joining the Friends are invited to
HOW TO GET YOUR from Alford, surrounding communities invited to 2212 Sons of Confederate Veterans meeting -v6 attend.
NEWS PUBLISHED join. Call 579-4482, 638-4900 or 579-5173. p.m. Atha Comunity Center. Any and all who are one Jowl Road, Chicka Employability Workshop 2:30 p.m. Marianna
SConcerned patriots of Jackson County interested in Sout pedestrian, twoern and Confederate Heritage One Stop Career Center."Job Search Essentials" is
The Jackson County Floridan will publish monthly meeting -6 p.m. Agriculture Center, U.S. men, women and children, are welcome and encour- the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The
news of general interest free of charge. 90 W., Marianna. Guest speaker will be Paul Henry, aged to attend. workshop is facilitated by a Certified Motivational
Submit your news or Community Calendar Liberty Frit Network Lobbyist. He will include the ) Jackson County Library Services workshop Career Coach. Visit employflorida.com to register
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, upcoming legislation for the 2014 Legislative 6 p.m. at the Alford Community Center for residents for these informative workshops.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447.
anniversary and birth announcementsand eight homemail editorial@jcfloridan cople, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and Police Roqmdup
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the
right to edit all submissions. MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY physical disturbance, three one forgery complaint, and one
GETTING IT RIGHT DEPARTMENT SHERIFF'S OFFICE verbal disturbances, two report of possible counterfeit
pedestrian complaints, two money.
The Jackson County Floridan's policy The Marianna Police De- The Jack- residential fire calls, one
is to correct mistakes promptly To partment listed the following g son County woodland fire, one vehicle fire, JACKSON COUNTY
report an error, please call 526-3614 incidents for Feb.13, the latest Sheriff's Office 16 medical calls, three traffic CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
Monday-Friday. available report: One acci- tR M and county crashes, one fire department
dent, one suspicious person, .- fire/rescue assist, 12 traffic stops, three The following people were
one highway obstruction, reported the larceny complaints, one booked into the countyjail dur-
one traffic stop, two larceny following criminal mischief complaint, ing the latest reporting periods:
complaints, two assaults, one incidents for Feb. 13, the latest one follow-up investigation, ) Lydia Brown, 40, 1360 Hog
animal complaint, two prop- available report: One drunken one juvenile complaint, one Jowl Road, Chickamauga, Ga.,
-erty checks, one assist of a pedestrian, two abandoned suicide attempt or threat, one fugitive from justice.
motorist or pedestrian, two vehicle reports, one reckless animal complaint, one fraud > Jennifer McKenkle, 38, 469G
assists of other agencies, one driver, one suspicious vehicle, complaint, 22 property checks, second Ave., Chipley, non-sup-
public service call, one welfare one suspicious incident, two two assists of motorists or pe- port of a child.
check and eight home security suspicious people, one escort, destrians, two transports, two
JCFLORIDANCOM checks. one highway obstruction, one threat/harassment complaints, Jail Population: 187

Engagements Military

Collins, Bush Hinson, Kradel Davis graduates core values, physical
basic training fitness and basic warfare
principles and skills.
Air Force Airman 1st Airmen who complete
Class Terrence L. Davis basic training earn four
graduated from basic credits toward an as-
Sf Cmilitary training at Joint sociate in applied
Base San Antonio-Lack- science degree through
land, the Community College
San of the Air Force.
Antonio. Davis is a 2004
Davis graduate of Marianna
completed High School. He earned
an inten- a bachelor's degree
sive eight- in 011 from Florida
Davis week State University in
program Tallahassee.
that included training He is the son of Robert
i in military discipline Davis and Sandra Reed,
Blaine and Jenfer Collins Chipley High School. He and studies, Air Force both of Marianna.
of Marianna, and Tara and graduated from Chipola
Jarrod Adkison of Chipley, College in 2012 with a BS in
announce the engagement of Business Administration. He is i
their daughter, Chelsea Leigh employed at Guettler & Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinson Kradel of State College,a see s
Collins, to Lance Bush of Guettler, in Chipley. of Marianna, Florida announce Pennsylvania. ks t s
Chipley, Florida. Lance is the The wedding and reception the engagement and upcoming The wedding will be held
son of Pat and Debbie Bush of will take place on March 22, marriage of their daughter, Dr. 12 noon Saturday, March 1, the c
Chipley, FL. 2014, at 6 p.m. at the home of Scarlett.Brandi Hinson to Dr. 2014 at the First Presbyterian
Chelsea is a 2011 graduate Kenneth and Janice Adkison Brian Kradel of Rosemary Church in Marianna, Florida. o da
of Chipley High School and is of 224A Campbellton Beach, Florida, son of the late All friends and relatives are Florida e cae
currently enrolled at Chipola Highway, Chipley. Dr. David and Mary Sue invited to attend the ceremony. su
College. She will graduate in Some invitations are being
the spring of 2015 with a BS sent but all family and friends Special to the Floridan ter should include your
in Elementary Education. are invited to attend. name, age, address and
Lance is a 2008 graduate of Jackson County Li- school.
brary and Friends of the Anyone can submit
Jackson County Public photos of Jackson Coun-
F a Library are. collaborat- ty community events,
S a way to s w own an en o e ing to complete a Jack- current life, historic sites
son Country time cap- or homes, public parks,
suile as a part of the state etc. Identify people,
n the past, life seemed seems to be slowly leaving rush to different destina- able to relax and enjoy of Florida celebration, date, and places in the
much simpler. Dur- us. Could it be the increase tions has become a regular their evenings as a family. "Viva Florida" 500th an- photos. Photos will not
Sing this period in time in knowledge occurrence, and when we In a way, the new technol- niversary of the found- be returned.
we have seen some of the has changed finally settle down at home ogy most of us are experi- ing of Florida. Each These items should
most dramatic changes in our focus at the same time, fatigue encing today has robbed country was provided be marked Time Cap-
our history. about some is often the theme of the us of some of our precious with a capsule to capture sule and dropped off at
Knowledge has increased of the little conversation. face to face time we could a snapshot of daily life in the Jackson County Li-
to the point that new things life Finding a way to slow spend with family and Florida during 2013. brary on Green Street,
inventions and ideas are has to offer? down and enjoy some of close friends. Some of our The Jackson County or mailed to Ann Bryan,
constantly surrounding Thomas The times the good things life has to children spend so much capsule will contain Jackson County Public
us. The use of cell phones Vincent when fami- offer is something to seri- time on their cell-phones items that will be espe- Library, 2929 Green St.,
and other inventions have MIVR phy lies would ously consider. There will and other inventions that cially interesting to resi- Marianna, FL 32446. The
changed the atmosphere gather at always be bills to pay and they don't experience dents of Jackson County deadline to submit one
in which we live. For many, the dinner table, bless the a need to work in order much of the up close and in the future. The plan ofthe above items is Feb.
life without their cell food and enjoy a relaxed to make ends meet, but if personal time with their is to seal the capsule in 21.
phone would be miser- meal while exchanging work is the only thing we families. April, and reopen it Aug. In addition to the above
able. Remember the days stories about the day, do and there's no comfort- We should try to enjoy 12, 2047, which will be items, the committee will
when there were no cell brings back warm memo- able family, or relaxing fun time with those we care the 225th anniversary of be contacting business-
phones and life was much ries for some of us. time, many of us will be for while we can. Life is the creation of Jackson es, newspapers, govern-
simpler? With the busy schedules candidates for hyperten- continuously changing, County by the Florida ment, educational and
The smoother more many of us face today, sion, heart problems and but holding on to some of Legislature. civic groups, realtors,
relaxed way of life that there are times when sit- other health problems. the valuable ways of the The Friends of the churches, and other en-
many of us experienced in ting down and spending In the earlier years, even past can make life much Jackson Country Public titles to provide specific
days gone by have all but quality time with each though the family mem- more meaningful and Library invites all resi- items to be included in
disappeared. It's sad to say, other is rare. Passing each bers had to work hard pleasant for us now and in dents of Jackson County the Jackson County time
but some of the niceness other at the door as we during the day, they were the future. to participate in this his- capsule.
torical event by provid- A sealing ceremony is
irig items for inclusion in being planned for the
e on the cApsule in the follow- third week in April, dur-
ing areas: ing National Library
Tickets on sale for 'Sound of Music' gala Any Jackson County Week. The specific date
business is invited to and time will be an-
Special to the Floridan available the night of the contribute a business nounced soon.
event. card to be included. We hope you will par-
Chipola College theater- The Opening Night Gala Restaurants are invited ticipate in this historic
goers are invited to en- will include dinner in the to submit a menu to be event.
joy dinner and a show for Center for the Arts Experi- scanned and included. For information or
openingnightofthe college mental Theatre and a pre- Anyfifth-graderinJack- questions, contact Ann
production of "The Sound performance chat with son County is invited to Bryan at the Jackson
of Music," on Wednesday, Director Charles Sirmon write a one-page letter to County Public Library.
Feb. 26. before the show. a 2047 fifth-grader, tell-
Tickets for the Opening Show tickets without ing about yourself and
Night Gala are on sale in the dinner went on sale to your family. Your letter Pi lip
the Center for the Arts box the public on Wednesday. might include hobbies,
office. Gala dinner tick- The Center for the Arts games or sports you, hbe
ets are $30. Play tickets box office is open Monday like to play. The let-
- $8 must be purchased through Thursday from
separately and can be pur- 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Fri- State Brief
chased at the same time as day, from 9 a.m. to noon. n
the gala ticket. Deadline All proceeds will go to the Girl, 3, fatally shot
for dinner reservations ChipolaACT Fund. SUBMITTEDPHOTO in Palm Beach Co.
is Feb. 19. No additional For ticket information, Seth Alderman is Rolf and Kate Burke is Liesl in the Chipola The FIVE C's
dinner seating will be call718-2420. Collegeproductionof'TheSound ofMusic: LAKEWORTH Carat-TheFIVEC's
Authorities say a 3- Color
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at Madison Street Park in For information call Lori unable to find a new bank the United Nations in New in the house. 850.482.4037
Marianna. Meadows at 573-0229 or in the U.S. for its diplo- York From wire reports
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local families who are bat- After the 5K during the The Cuban Interests handled Cuba's accounts
tling cancer.We would like St. Patrick's Day Festival, Section in Washington an- severed the relationship a *
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wear a pink tutu and/or "Connie" the Pink Fire- on Friday. continue accepting de-
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Unions, pensions and the future of Social Security
'And keep your only livable wages but the system. in spite of our national than its predecessor, aging fers. But, this essentially
retirement... solid retirement pack- According to Liz Pul- budget woes. and shrinking implies sub- represents another tax
And your so-called So- ages, have lium Weston in "The Tax Our population is ag- stantial changes in the way on America's higher wage
shul Secure-e-teee... declined in Cut That Taxpayers Need ing, though not as fast as social programs are run." earners, a group already
Big city turn me loose numbers Most," "Two thirds of U.S. those of other developed Will changes in U.S. So- paying significant individ-
and set me free." and bargain- seniors rely on Social nations. And, owing partly cial Security occur before, ual tax rates. This is truly a
"Big City" ing power. Security for more than to our relatively friendly say, 2025? Probably. With "tax by another name."
By Merle Haggard Private half their income and four immigration policies, our life expectancies growing, Means testing? Let's not
Margaret pensions, a out of 10 say it comprises population is not shrink- it is reasonable to assume go there.
T he first Social McDowell ubiquitous more than 80 percent." ing. As John Parker of that raising the minimum
Security account -part of our So what is the future of The Economist writes, "... eligibility age (currently Margaret R. McDowell, ChFC. AIF9
was established historical Social Security in the U.S? Almost 20 countries have 62) will be one of the first a syndicated economic columnist,
in 1936 for 23-year-old economic landscape, are It's probably better than declining populations, systematic changes. Many Chartered Financial Consultant
John David Sweeney, Jr. of now virtually an anachro- we think. First, we boom- including large ones such see this as the most demo- and Accredited Investment
Fiduciary, is the founder of Arbor
New Rochelle, N.Y., who nism. And Social Security ers make up a tremendous as Germany, Russia and craic potential change. Wealth Management, LLC, (850-
never received a dime in was originally designed voting bloc. And very few Japan. By 2050, two dozen Currently, folks pay 608-6121-www.arborwealth.net), a
benefits. Unfortunately, only to supplement such among us will support more will have joined Social Security tax only on "Fee-Only" and Fiduciary Registered
Sweeney died of a heart pensions as financial cutbacks in Social Security them, including... China. their first $117,000 of earn- Investment Advisory Firm located
attack at age 61. protection for retirees in benefits. So the oft-es- Since most countries' ings. While this number near Destin. This column should
The average U.S. life old age. With 10,000 baby poused notion that Social health and pension pro- rises slowly every year, a investment advice and provides no
expectancy in 1935 was boomers retiring daily, it Security benefits will not grams have assumed that jump to a larger number assurance that any specific strategy
62. Today it's 79. Unions, is easy to understand the be there for our generation each successive genera- like $150,000 would shore or investment will be suitable or
which once fought for not factors that are stressing is probably hyperbole, tion will be slightly larger up some cracks in the cof- profitable for an investor.

Chipola offers corrections classes MARIANNA MAYOR

Special to the Floridan gram prepares candidates Applicants must have aSPE A K S T O O PT IM IST S
to take the state board ex- standard high school di- Si TO OPTIM ISTS
The Chipola College amination for entry into ploma or its equivalent
Public Service Department the corrections field. and must undergo a medi-
will offer corrections and a Candidates must be cal physical examination,
crossover law enforcement at least 19 years old and background check and
to corrections course be- earn a passing score on drug screening.
ginning this month, the Criminal Justice Basic For information about
The program meets Abilities Test offered at the the application process,
weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to Public Service Building ev- call Jamie McAUister, cor-
4:30 p.m. ery Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. rections coordinator, at
Completion of the pro- Cost of the test is $45. 718-2212.



like famintly SUBMITTED HOTO

gathering of the Marianna Optimist Club. Donofro gave
an update on a couple of city projects an upcoming and
significant facelift of the Marianna Airport and the newly proposed
overlook and kayak-canoe launching facility at the U. S. 90 Bridge
at the Chipola River. Donofro also showed the members a number
of conceptual drawings outlining possible future plans for a new
City Hall to include new fire and police departments. According the
Donofro, the present City Hall building is about 80 years old and has
seen its better days. Donofro is seen here with Optimist Club Presi-
dent George Gay.

SUBMIEO Deputies searching for 30
E merald Coast Hospice honored its Outstanding Employee,i
Sharon Mayes, RN, and its Employee of the Year, Jessica Paul a whoattended dog g
SHospice Aide, with an Employee Appreciation Breakfast. Pic-
tured are (from left) Sharon Mayes, RN; Julie Pettis, executive director; The Associated Press fight Saturday after getting ey. Detectives are tracking
Jessica Paul, hospice aide. an anonymous tip. One down the cars' owners.
HAINES CITY More person was arrested and Sheriff Grady Judd says
than 30 people who at- four dogs taken into cus- he'll aggressively pursue
tended a central Flori- tody by animal control. At the cases but that the in-
F o rid a nH ealth en ices da dog fight could face least eight vehicles fled, vestigations will take time.
charges. but 15 others were aban- Levern Gamble was
e aoPolk County Sheriffs Of- doned at the grove, along charged with attending an
delays la i h to re ol sie fice deputies broke up the with cellphones and mon- animal fight.
_Ca_ ernRoad Church of Christr
The Associated Press a. I h lo 3,t
"The time tofind out our load matcimum is nowe,
The troubled Florida beore we cross any volume thresholds and possibly "The churches of Christ "Moving That Mountain"
has again delayed launch risk a less thanperfet user etperience." greet you" In noting the journey of the children of Israel through the wilderness,
inhas ur again d ehaye e aun Romans 16:16 God declored divine instruction through Moses, "Ye have compassed this
ing an insurance exchange Rose Naff, mountain long enough..." (Deuteronomy 2:3). In other words, you have
separate from the Afford- Florida Health Choices CEO Elders: gone around the base of this mountain for several days, it is time to move
able Care Act marketplace. Benny Carr onward! In another sense, are there "mountains' in life we compass or go
CEO Rose Naff said the she hopes to launch in the under the federal health David Register around and around? Consider the following...
interest in purchasing dis- next two weeks or so. Four overhaul, but ultimately Raymond Chapmn Wasting time is a mountain we compass. "Redeeming the time, because
counted health and dental companies will offer 15 to decidedto letthe feds han- Jim Swails the days are evil' (Ephesians 5:16). We all have the same time. It is
uasis 10 times higher 20 discount plans. Much die the entirSe program. imperative we use our time wisely and rightly. God forbid any of us be like
plans is 10 times higher 20 discount plans. Much dle s heentire program .ea ns: Felix in Acts 24:24, 25. He sent for Paul but afterwards trembled at what he
than they anticipated and initial interest has bee ti e qcuri alecon a heard. There is no example from the scriptures where Felix came to Christ.
she wants to make sure from consumers seek- tined how the program Michael McLean Many times, we go around and around not using time wisely. Schedule
the user experience for ing dental coverage, Naff will stay competitive with James Pelham carefully and prioritize with importance.
the initial launch is per- said. the federal exchange and Glenn Hoff : oathy.Simply not caring. Can you imagine? No emotion, no compassion,
fect. Technology experts Critics repeatedly have whether the state needs Donnie Hall no concern for anything or anyone. In Revelation 3:14-16, the church
not only are retooling the complained that Florida two similar programs. Henry Drouillard allowed the things of the world to dictate their comfort and the Lord
iso s l str commanded them to repent! Indeed, apathy is a mountain that takes us
websites front pages, but Health Choices, the brain- Florida Health Choices will MiniSt: around and around with no direction and no concern. Oh, 'tum northward,'
now are revisiting all the child of former House not offer tax credits, unlike Tom Bowling a friend!
infrastructure. Speaker Marco Rubio, was the federal exchange. 850-482-2605 office Worr. Worry is a never ending compass. Around nd around with emotions
"The time to find out our started in 2008 and still Florida has led the way 850-372-4137 home all torn. "Be creui (or anxious, TB) tor nothing; but in every thing by
load maximum is now, be- isn't operational more than among the 36 states using preachertombowing@gmall.com prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made
fore we cross any volume five years later. the federal exchange, with 4448 River Road known unto God" (Philippions 4:6). Turn it over to the Lord...the worry,
thresholds and possibly Last year, state lawmak- nearly 300,000 enrollees. Marlannoa, FL 32446 you can't do Alw anything about it, wo won't h conced if you worry:
risk a less than perfect ers agreed to pump an- But demand for affordable Phone: 850-482-2605 something about itf then work and don't worry s
user experience," Naffsaid other $900,000 into the insurance in the Sunshine Email: ignorance is a mountain (Hoseo 4:6). Ignorance is destructive. Those at
Friday program, despite protests State is still high, with cavemsrood@embarqmall.com Berea did not allow ignorance to permeate their lives (Acts 17:10, 11).
The federal government from Democrats who said roughly 3.5 million lacking www cUvemsroodchurchoichrst.or9 Ignorance and refusal to learn is as one that is "ever leam/ng, and never
notoriouslyr skipped cru- it was ridiculous to give coverage. able to come to the knowledge of the truth"(2 Timothy 3:7). Let us grow
cial early testing on its more money to the strug- Naff said there is a gap in Service Times: in our knowledge nd put it to use (2 Peter 3:18).
website causing a disas- glingFloridaHealth Choic- coverage where essential SundayMoming: W o rec ous time, apathy worry and norane. Oh, there re so
trous launch for health- es program. The program health care benefits don't 9:30 am. Bible hool Prainy throughout th world thave directincompss these mountgh Godins Word get nowhelp us ll
care.gov, which led to has received $1.5 million cover adult dental services. 10:30 a.m. Worship do better in these aspects of life! "Ye have compassed this mountain long
dismal early enrollment. in the past five years but Consumers with insurance 6:00p.m.Worship enough!'
FloridaHealth Choices was doesn't have any enrollees. also might want additional For free, in-home Bible correspondence course
planning a soft launch in A year ago, Naff said the coverage and she hopes 6 -:00 nW Fr a e ihm e rsdec r
the past several days, but website should be up and also to serve the niche of 6 P. B il R please contact the Caverns Road church office, or
media reports spiked Web running at the end of that consumers who fall into
visits and calls to their of- month. a gap where they don't My nome is Tom Bowling, and I am the pulpit
fice, worrying Naff that the Florida lawmakers con- qualify for Medicaid or tax minister for the church of Christ that meets at Caverns
website might not be able sidered partnering with credits in the exchange. Road here in Marianna. I would like to invite you
to handle heavy traffic. Florida Health Choices to The initial launch is only to attend our services, or to contact me anytime for
I After more robust testing, run an insurance exchange for individual consumers, prayer or Bible study. God Bless You!
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WESTBROOK SPEAKS Nova Southeastern breaks

TO KIWANIS CLUB ground for research center

; -, The Associated Press ports the building will built, "everybody's going
house a wide range of to be working together, in-
.DAVIE Nova South- scientists, including re- teracting, collaborating,"
U eastern Universityhas bro- searchers from the U.S. Rathinavelu said. "This
I ken ground on a six-story, Geological Survey; the building is going to be a
state-of-the-art research Emil Buehler Research catalyst for all of that."
Scenter that will include an Center for Engineering, The Herald reports that
IBM supercomputer nick- Science and Mathematics the new center's wet lab
named "Megalodon." and the Rambaugh-Good- space will be among the
The $80 million project win Institute for Cancer largest in the country. The
is the latest is another ex- Research. technology incubator will
ample of the South Florida Appu Rathinavelu, di- provide space for start-
private university's high rector of the cancer insti- up information security
aspirations in research. tute, said researchers have companies. And the IBM
Nova has been recog- already obtained three supercomputer will let re-
nized as a "high research" patents for cancer-fight- searchers analyze the date
college by the Carnegie ing drugs. Rathinavelu from experiments at faster
Foundation. said in overall healthcare speeds.
i: u"The university will be research, the university's University officials say
in an elite status of re- team of scientists has the building will create
rsearch throughout the gone from 10 or 20 people 300 construction-related
Snation," university presi- to nearly 100 in less than a jobs, and 150 research-re-
SUBMiTTEOPHOTO dent George Hanbury II decade. lated jobs.
ameyWestbrook presented a program on the importance of water told those gathered for a The cancer institute has Thursday's ceremony
esesented a p a n he ipor ce o groundbreaking ceremo- worked out of an off-cam- comes as NSU celebrates
preservation in Jackson County at the Feb. 6 meeting of the Mari- ny on Thursday. pus facility at a technolo- its 50th birthday. It has
anna Kiwanis Club. The members had a lot of questions and West- The NSU Center for Col- gy park, which can be dif- 26,000 students, making
Sth ict re Wstbrook Dole laborative Research will ficult for students lacking it the nation's ninth-larg-
rook did a great job answering them. Pictured are Westbrook; Doyle be completed in 2016. transportation. est private not-for-profit
Green, program chairman; and Jim Holiday, president. The Miami Herald re- Once the new center is university.

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toric preservationists. sites in the United States. J UYf l.c .. l
The dispute comes as an me and sad," said Mark going through a bit of a Valley in 2011, slated to
increasing number of Na- Jarzombek, associate dean golden era now with un- be one of the largest in Paying too much for your
tive American sites are be- of the Massachusetts In- covering these sights," Jar- the nation. Tribal lead- Home and Auto Insurance?
ing uncovered around the stitute for Technology's *zombek said. ers said federal officials
country with advances in School of Architecture and In California, where as had deemed the findings Let Us Help!!
technology and a greater Planning. "These plac- many as 1 million Na- "unprecedented." Marianna LargestSelection
understanding of the sub- es are very site specific. tive Americans may have Construction was tem-
tle markers left behind to There's a reason why they once lived, Dave Singleton porarily halted but later with the Lowest Prices
look for. The discoveries made this village or town with the Native American allowed to continue. A
pose difficult questions there which has to do with Heritage Commission said mitigation plan that in-
for cities such as Miami orientation, landscape, ac- he receives reports from cluded an extensive study Life
that muist decide whether cess to rivers." county coroner offices re- and public outreach was
it is best to preserve the re- MDM has spent $3 mil- garding Native American developed.
mains of an ancient soci- lion conducting an archae- remains about once every "We, of course, like the Home
ety or, often times, destroy ological review and is now 10 days. other tribes of the area, Mobile Home
it in hopes of revitalizing a anxious to continue con- Construction crews have were shocked and sad-
new one. struction. Steam said all of unearthed burial grounds, dened," Jay Cravath, J Mayo
"Let's be honest with the planned commercial artifacts and villages in cultural director- of the oy
each other," said Eugene space has been leased and rural, desert areas to Chemehuevi Indian Tribe
Stearns, the attorney rep- half of the residential units downtown Los Angeles. said. "Mitigation will not
resenting MDM Develop- have been sold. Any time remains are change the damage that
ment Group, which owns "There are enormous found in California, con- was done."
the property and is eager financial obligations and struction is halted while
to move forward with con- commitments that have to an archaeological review
struction. "Every great city be met," he said. "And they is done and a descendant
is built on the shards of a need to go forward." identified.
former great city." Miami isn't the only city With a few exceptions,
At its height, archaeolo- grappling with how best however, construction has
gist Bob Carr estimated as to preserve an ancient site eventually resumed.
many as 2,000 people lived while allowing develop- Hundreds of tools and
in the Tequesta village, ment to advance. Nation- other artifacts, along with
starting around 500 B.C. It wide, Native American possible burial sites, were
likely extended a quarter sites are being discovered found at a planned 250-
mile along the Miami River at a quickening pace. megwatt solar energy proj-
and then wrapped around "Archaeology is really ect east of the Coachella
Biscayne Bay.
Much of the village con- : *_:
sisted of thatched, hut-like II: '
buildings the Tequestas, :
one of South Florida's ear- IMI ;ED TIME
holes with clam shells into siii
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to hold floors, walls and2
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the buildings are the post- .
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18 to 40-foot circles in the
blackened bedrock. ,
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the circle formations and
placing it on display ina a -- "
public plaza.
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say removing a piece of ar- O F
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Cuban research ban BACKIN

hurts state scientists H,
F lorida is the only state in the nation that prohib- SO CH
its its university professors and students from S '
collaborating with researchers and educators in R
Cuba. CboNaR5 NS T1110RISn DO6K
The destructive law hurts Florida's scientists without AY LI, 5OyHO DELY O ,rC
penalizing Cuba.
As the Tribune's Paul Guzzo reports, a Florida Sen-
ate bill adopted in 2006 forbids the use of any money ,S
connected to a state university to be used for travel to
nations on the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism,
which includes Cuba.
The island nation is a socialist dictatorship but hardly
a serious threat to the United States.
Yet the legislation treats the neighboring nation as
though this were the told War era.
The law doesn't just handicap researchers. It also
prevents Florida students from pursuing education -,,,,,, ,
opportunities in Cuba. Students from across the nation
or those from private institutions can participate
in studies in Cuba. Only students at Florida's schoolship above partisanship
are kept from interacting with Cubans.partisanship
This punishes Floridians, not the Cuban government.
Lawmakers should revisit the issue and see that Flor- BY STEVE SOUTHERLAND communities. ciaries, we've now put nutrition
ida's sanctions against the free exchange of ideas and I was honored to be the only assistance on the same proven
research are a policy more appropriate for a totalitarian T th partisan gridlock all Floridian in Congress appointed to path of success that helped change
state, not a democracy. \\/ too prevalent in today's the bipartisan conference com- a culture for the better during
S WV Washington, I have mittee tasked with ironing out the welfare reform in the 1990s. As
worked hard to break through final Farm Bill agreement. It was the first reforms to the food stamp
M iiam i Herald those barriers and join Republicans a tremendous, hard-earned vic- program since the successful wel-
and Democrats who are as inter- tory when both parties and both fare reforms of 1996, the Farm Bill
Soccer. in IM iam i: Rem ain ested as I am in growing jobs and chambers came together for the takes important steps to empower
restoring certainty for hardworking good of the American people and families in need with a renewed
td qg families. The recently-passed Farm passed a five-year Farm Bill that opportunity at earned success.
cautious and questionin Bill is an example of what can be provides much-needed relief to our Additionally, the Farm Bill in-
accomplished by putting partner- hardworking farming families and cludes several provisions I crafted
K, show time's over, the klieg lights have gone ship above partisanship. saves taxpayers $23 billion while to sustain the economies of our
dark, the curtain's come down, the warm hand- For more than a year Congress allowing us to finally move past rural communities. The bipartisan
shakes have cooled, and the buff guy with the debated the latest reauthoriza- the costly, big government policies Building Rural Communities Act
skinny tie is outta here. tion of the Farm Bill, which sets passed under then-Speaker Nancy ensures that small, rural areas have
It's official: Soccer legend David Beckham is bringing national agriculture and food i Pelosi's Farm Bill six years ago. access to the technical assistance
a Major League Soccer expansion team to Miami-- if... policy for the next five years. With I am also pleased that Republi- and training necessary to enhance
And that if is a big one. All that Mr. Beckham and his Florida being a national leader in cans and Democrats came together vital infrastructure includ-
investors need is a stadium somewhere in Greater Mi- agricultural production and the to support a provision in the Farm ing police and fire stations and
ami. It's that simple. Now that all the hoopla surround- second largest specialty crop- Bill I introduced to empower community health clinics all
ing Mr. Beckham's presence has gone quiet, the hard producing state in America, I was vulnerable families with a renewed at no additional cost to America's
part looms. The franchise needs to find a stadium loca- committed to doing all I could to opportunity for earned success. By taxpayers.
tion, and if it is publicly owned property, city of Miami advance a common sense Farm Bill including a 10-state pilot program
and Miami-Dade County leaders must ensure that they that restored certainty for North for work, job training, and com- Steve Southerland represents Florida's 2nd
have the taxpayers' back. A lot of residents think that and Northwest Florida farm- munity volunteerism for healthy, Congressional District in the U.S. House of
they've been stabbed in it before. And they're right. ers and strengthened our rural working age food stamp benefi- Representatives.
But so far, so good. Mr. Beckham has assured elected
officials and taxpayers that he is not asking the public
to pay for a stadium. "We don't want public funding," N ws time to rep t cein r ut re
he said last week at a reception/cheerleading rally at
the Perez Art Museum Miami. "We will fund the sta-
dium ourselves." ( i he time to repair the roof showdown and shutdown.
Music to our'ears, so far. is when the sun is shin- Last October, Republicans hoping
Beckman must have Googled "Marlins Stadium" ing," President Kennedy to kill the health law forced a 16-
and "Mayor Carlos Alvarez" and "Oops!" If he did, he said in his 1962 State of the Union day federal government shutdown
learned that Miami-Dade residents' tolerance for pub- Address. that did nothing to dislodge Obam-
licly funded stadiums is probably at an all-time low. The sun is shining, and now's the acare but took a $24 billion bite out
They have been down this road before, and have been time to fix the debt ceiling for the of the economy, as estimated by
left holding the bag. future. Standard & Poor. Americans mostly
Soccer is extremely popular in South Florida. In Led by Speaker John Boehner, the M arshaMercer blamed Republicans, although
August 2011, the game in which Chivas of Guadalajara House stepped back from the brink Democrats' approval ratings slid as
beat FC Barcelona 4-1 drew more than 70,000 Tuesday and approved extending There will be peace in the valley well.
people to Sun Life Stadium, a record-setting crowd for a the federal government's borrowing again. Ha. Let's not go overboard. "We're not going to make our-
match in Florida. authority until March 15, 2015, no Forget peace in the valley or on the selves the story," Boehner said at
So far, there are six locations that could be in play as strings attached. The Senate fol- Hill. the breakfast, The Washington Post
the new stadium site. Each one has advantages and lowed Wednesday. Boehner tried for two weeks to reported. The room was hushed as
drawbacks. Congress does its job hip, hip, squeeze concessions from the he returned to his seat.
Clearly, there's a long road ahead. With the Marlins, hurray! White House in return for Repub- "I'm getting this monkey off your
elected leaders acted out of fear. With soccer, they can't It's a sign of our low expectations lican votes to lift the debt ceiling. back, and you're not going to even
be blinded by the dazzle. It's time for them to just be of Washington that the absence of President Barack Obama wouldn't clap?" the Ohio Republican asked
cautious, questioning and smart. a last-minute game of chicken was budge from a "clean" bill. in mock scorn.
considered a great achievement. Boehner tpld his House Republi- "When you don't have 218
The country will not suffer a self- can colleagues at a private breakfast votes, you have nothing," he told
inflicted fiscal black eye. Yes! The Tuesday that the measure would reporters.
government will honor its debts, include no special conditions. The
mai efederal parks will stay open and our goal was practical: Congress would Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. Email
economy won't go into a tailspin. do its job and avoid an election- her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.com. 2014
We're No. 1! year repeat of last fall's high drama Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.

i FeiIo Letters to the Editor

Sheriff thanks commissioners for salary study
.As your sheriff of Jack- employees to maintain establishing salary ranges Pete's family thainks
IT's FOR EING son County, I would like financial soundness. Be- and determining the well-wishers
)THE FIRyS To NoTcE to take this opportunity cause of the diligent individual salary needs,
ST T I to personally thank the efforts of our commis- we will see fair and equal To our many, many
T1 IrT T OIc Jackson County Board of sion and its staff, we have compensation opportuni- friends of Jackson County,
MEAN NOTHIN. County Commissioners avoided situatibns similar ties for all our employees, we would like to thank
for adopting the recent to that of those counties. While many of us have you for your kindness
salary compensation Today I applaud the been frustrated by the during the tragic fire that
Sstudy for our employees, commitment that the tough economic times took our beloved sister,
As you are aware, Jackson Jackson County Board we face, we can certainly Ruth E. Pete, away from
County has experienced of Commissioners has find others who are less us.
hard economic times, no made by allowing the fortunate than we are. She was the sister of
different than any other Jackson County Sheriff's I appreciate the close James N. Smith (Inez)
part of our state or nation. Office, as a constitutional working relationship that and Ermia Barkley of
We are privileged to have office, to receive the same exists with my Board of Marianna, James Fletcher
been the benefactors of a consideration as the other County Commissioners. Smith of Jacksonville,
commission with a sound county employees. This I would also like to thank John Henry Smith (Ven-
management program financial commitment the citizens of Jackson nie) of Miami, and Allie
who have been good will allow my employees County for their dedica- Mae Smith, sister-in-law,
stewards of our financial to be fairly compensated tion and support while of Marianna.
situation. with other counties in providing the revenue The endless tasty trays
I have spoken with the surrounding areas. that has made this salary of food that you supplied
many other sheriffs This will help us retain compensation commit- us with daily, your general
throughout the state qualified staff and attract ment possible. financial contributions,
1of Florida who are not potential new hires in a My entire staff and I your cards, telegrams,
as fortunate as we are very competitive work thank you for allowing us telephone calls, flowers,
E here in Jackson County. environment. This will the opportunity to serve prayers and all the love
One sheriff shared with help accomplish the you. you sent our way will
S9 l TAU me that he is having to reduction of turn over Thank you very much, never be forgotten. Again,
S' operate on a 2004-05 cost and promote careers we are so thankful for all
, budget in today's strug- within the Sheriff's Office. LOU ROBERTS, SHERIFF of you.
g rgling times. Many sheriff's By establishing objective, OF JACKSON COUNTY JAMES N.SMITH
S 2014 Jeff Stahler/Dist by Universal UClick for UFS offices have had to lay off standardized methods for Marianna Marianna


New golf resort out of the ordinary for Florida

The Associated Press T -

do you do with 15 million cubic
yards of sand?
If you're Mosaic, one of the .
world's largest phosphate com- -
panies, you build two award-
winning golf courses. And a spa.
And an edgy, modern hotel.
In the middle of central Flor-
ida, far from any theme park or
Streamsong Resort opened its
golf courses and clubhouse in
late 2012, and last month it un-
veiled its 216-room lodge. It's
located in the tiny community of
Bowling Green, which is closer
in DNA to cattle ranches than
Disney. --
In fact, Streamsong is difficult
to find; the journey from the
Tampa Bay area included a turn
at a ramshackle barbecue res-
taurant and a drive past several
cows. A medium-sized metal -
sign with the resort's name is the p
only thing signaling that one has
arrived on the property.
Visitors are first greeted by
the sight of large, grass-covered
dunes and blue lakes, and in-
stead of the flat landscape of
central Florida, there are hills
and dips and yes, some green
of the golf courses. A modern-
looking hotel, with its slightly
curved exterior, is nestled near a
The whole landscape is noth- Golf courses (above) and the hotel are shown at the new Streamsong Resort in central Florida about 50 miles from Tampa. The new 16,000-acre luxury
ing like anything in Florida, pos- property has edgy modern architecture and two award-winning public golf courses and is located on what was once a phosphate mine.
sibly because it's not groomed
and plucked and patterned with to be relatively flat," he said. Streamsong courses are more
palm trees. The property is oddly But once they arrived and saw similar to European-style golf,
wild and rough, yet zen-like and how nature had overtaken the featuring many elevation chang-
tranquil. dunes with natural grasses and es, wild grasses and bunkers -
The resort was built on what scrub, and saw how the Florida and within months of opening
was once a phosphate mine. The sunlight shimmered off the rug- garnered several awards.
mining, which was last done on ged landscape, the trio signed Golfweek magazine named it
the property in the 1960s, left on. the best new golf course in 2012
behind the sand and the dunes. The rest became golfing his- and in 2013, the magazine listed
About seven years ago, a Mo- tory. Coore and Crenshaw's both courses on the top 40 pub-
saic executive wondered what team built one course (the "Red" lic courses in the world.
the company could do with the course) and Doak built an- There are 130 caddies during
property, other (the "Blue" course). They the high season, a clubhouse
"We needed to do something still have the "Red" and "Blue" that serves lunch and drinks near
that was exceptional," said Rich names, after the pen colors the the golf course, and 12 rooms for
Mack, the general counsel for designers used to make initial those that want to wake up each
and executive vice president at drawings. morning on the course.
Mosaic. "You can go to a lot of Both courses are considered "Those are for pure golfers who
great places in Florida. We need- "minimalist" golf, where players literally want to be at the course's
ed to do exceptional, not just generally walk while playing (al- edge," said Parke. and unusual Florida landscape. traditional beauty salon.
great." though carts are available). Rates Players don't have to stay at the There are four restaurants on the Hotel rooms are equally as
Mack had played college golf are $180 for walkers and $210 for resort to use the course; Parke property (three in the main hotel modern and interesting, and
and some competitive golf as an a golf cart with a forecaddie dur- said that some visitors come and one in the golf clubhouse). they start at $359 a night for a
adult, so he called in three of the ing the winter season. Caddies from the Tampa and Sarasota ar- Visitors can go fishing in one weekend stay (pricer, two-bed-
world's pre-eminent golf course are also available and they work eas just for the day. of the many lakes, shoot sport- room suites ate $799 a night).
designers to evaluate the prop- for tips; $80-$100 plus gratuity And while Streamsong is a ing clays or lounge by the pool. They all offer sofas, Keurig cof-
erty (Bill Coore, Ben Crenshaw per group is suggested. Rental golf-heavy resort and confer- There are fire pits for the slightly fee makers, refrigerators, large
and Tom Doak, the people be- carts and clubs are extra, and ence center (think high-level ex- chilly winter evenings and a bathrooms and two-sided TVs -
hind some of the courses at Ban- the resort discounts both golf ecutives meeting in conference rooftop bar. one person can watch from the
dan Dunes in Oregon, for you and hotel rates in the summer rooms, then hitting the links in Eventually, some m'ay go to the bed, while the other can watch
golfing aficionados). season. the afternoon) there is more to resort just for the spa, which has something different from
The golf course gurus were ini- Tom Parke, Streamsong's di- the resort. a grotto-like feel with marble, the sofa.
tially skeptical about even com- rector of marketing, said that The hotel is something out of concrete and diffused natural Looking out from a room, or
ing to look at the property, said the courses are not your "ste- South Beach, with its concrete- light. It offers six thermal pools, the rooftop lounge, a visitor
Mack. reotypical" Florida golf course, and-wood exterior except a steam room, a sauna and treat- might just forget he or shee is in
"They expected central Florida with paved paths for carts. The that it overlooks a beautiful ment rooms, along with a more Florida.

Hospice worker: I was fired after getting cancer BEFTHE

The Associated Press therapy. A termination let- and out of respect for the ing to remain cancer-free of the year at her elemen- BOTTOM
ter reminded her, "Failure individual's privacy we but has been unable to tary school, and a son who
WEST PALM BEACH to return to full duty after cannot comment on a get a new job in the mean- is an Iraq War veteran in DROPS
- Hospice of Palm Beach completion of family med- specific case. Our com- time. She said she is doing the Army Reserves. She
County raised its CEO's icalleave mayresultinter- mitment to fair treatment the best she can on Med- hasthreegrandchildren. OUT...
pay 30 percent to $710,537 minationofthe employee's for all employees is well icaid and Social Security "He did not even re- ""
the same year a mother of employment." known inthe community." benefits but cannot afford spond," Tucker recalled at SELL YOUR
three said the organiza- Mitsy Tucker says she As for executive com- a breast reconstruction her Riviera Beach home
tion fired her because she needed to work only 30 pensation, "plans are de- procedure, for example, about the letter to the CEO. GOLD
could work only 30 hours a hours a week to get treat- termined by third-party Tucker said she was born "That, most of all, was my
week while fighting breast ment for her breast cancer, compensation consultants in Jamaica and moved biggest disappointment." AT
cancer a situation the Hospice officials de- on an annual basis, and to Palm Beach County in In 2012, The Post re-
hospice's founder called clined to confirm or dis- administered by the com- 1975. After losing her job, ported the hospice let go
"outrageous." pute Tucker's account, but pensation committee of she said she was unable to of nearly 5 percent of its
The pay was revealed in the founder of the organi- our local board of direc- afford the premiums un- workforce, more than 30 Sm H
financial records for 2011 zation found it troubling. tors," the statement said. der a program to extend employees, around Memo- es
requested by The. Palm "It is outrageous to treat "Executive compensation her health insurance. Her rial Day, even as executive
Beach Pdst last year but your own employee like is set within standard in- children rallied to help pay was rising to average Paid on Site
not released until 2014 by that," said Stella Monch- dustry guidelines." her as best they could, more than $300,000 apiece 4432 Lafayette Street
the nonprofit hospice. Its ick-West, who founded A little more than two she said. She said she has among the top 12 officers, 526-5488
founding mission: to pro- Hospice of Palm Beach years after her firing, two grown daughters, one according to the latest re- www.smithandsmithonlne.com
vide palliative care for peo- County in her own home Tucker, 48, said she is fight- recently named a teacher cords then available.
ple with terminal illnesses in 1978 and is now re-
including cancer. tired. "That's unconscio- Ai CC"'1 .v' I A,;t v__
MitsyTuckersaidshewas nable. Hospice of Palm
a secretary coordinating Beach County shows such /--"
care for patients at home compassion to their pa- ofMa4- at
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receiveaterminationletter Why wouldn't they show Health Life Employee Benefits Correction
saying her last day would that compassion to their Procedure
be Dec. 19, 2011. In her employees?" Health Care Reform -
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The changing judicial

Slandscape for gay rights

The Associated Press
overturning of Virginia's
gay marriage ban places
S pthe legal fight over same-
sex unions increasingly in
the hands of federal ap-
peals courts shaped by
President Barack Obama's
two election victories.
It's no accident that Vir-
ginia has become a key
'THEASSOCIATED PRESS testing ground for fed-
Customers shop for marijuana inside the retail store at 3D Cannabis Center in Denver on eral judges' willingness
Friday. to embrace same-sex
0e marriage after last year's
Government lets mariuana pstrongly worded pro-gay THE ASSOCIATEDPRESS
rights ruling by the Su- From left (back row) Carol Schall Emily Schall-Townley16,
preme Court. Judges ap- daughter of Schall and Townley and Mary Townley, Tim Bostic
pointed by Democratic and Tony London celebrate the Thursday ruling by federal
sellers, banks do business presidents have a 10-5 Judge Arenda Wright Allen that Virginia's same-sex marriage
edge over Republicans on ban was unconstitutional on Friday in Norfolk, Va.
The Associated Press that allow marijuana sales Friday's move was de- the Richmond-based 4th
want a channel to receive signed to let financial in- U.S. Circuit Court of Ap- Jon Davidson of the Just over 60 percent of
WASHINGTON The taxes. stitutions serve such busi- peals, formerly among the gay rights group Lambda appellate judges were
Obama administration on But a leading financial nesses while ensuring that nation's most conservative Legal said the "very dra- Republican appointees
Friday gave banks a road services trade group im- they know their custom- appeals courts. matic" shift in the 4th cir- when Obama took office
map for conducting trans- mediately expressed mis- ers' legitimacy and remain Nationally, three other cuit under Obama was an in January2009, according
actions with legal mari- givings and others, too, obligated to report pos- federal appeals courts important reason behind to Brookings Institution
juana sellers so these new said the guidelines don't sible criminal activity, said will soon take up the the decision to sue for scholar Russell Wheeler.
businesses can stash away go far enough in protect- the Treasury Department's right of same-sex cou- marriage rights inVirginia, Just over five years later,
savings, make payroll and ing banks. Financial Crimes Enforce- ples to marry, too, in which also twice voted for Democratic appointees
pay taxes like any other 'After a series of red ment Network, or FinCEN. Ohio, Colorado and Cali- Obama. hold more than half the
enterprise. It's not clear lights, we expected this But in response, the fornia. The San Francisco- Judges' party affiliation seats on appeals courts
banks will get on board. guidance to be a yellow American Bankers Asso- based 9th circuit is domi- is not a perfect predic- a transformation mag-
Guidance issued by the one," said Don Childears, ciation said "guidance or nated by judges appointed tor of outcomes, even on nified by majority Demo-
Justice and Treasury de- president and CEO of the regulation doesn't alter the by Democratic presidents charged political issues. crats who changed Senate
partments is thelatest step Colorado Bankers Asso- underlying challenge for The Denver-based court, Republican-appointed rules last year to make it
by the federal government ciation. "This isn't close to banks. As it stands, pos- home of the 10th circuit, judges in California and harder for the minority
toward enabling a legal- that. At best, this amounts session or distribution of has shifted from a Repub- Kentucky have written party to block the presi-
ized marijuana industry to 'serve these customers marijuana violates fed- lican advantage to an even opinions strongly in favor dent's nominees.
to operate in states that at your own risk' and it eral law, and banks that split between the parties, of same-sex marriage. An Legal experts agree that
approve it. The intent is emphasizes all of the risks. provide support for those while the 6th circuit, based Obama-appointed judge who fills court seats mat-
to make banks feel more This light is red." activities face the risk of in Cincinnati, remains rel- on the 10th circuit pro- ters. "To be fair, academic
comfortable working with Washington and Colo- prosecution and assorted atively unchanged in fa- vided the decisive vote in a studies show that political
marijuana businesses rado in 2012 became the sanctions." vor of Republicans during family-owned company's party affiliation doesn't
that are licensed and first states to approve rec- The group says banks will Obama's tenure. religious objection chal- affect therun-of-the-mill
regulated. reational use of marijuana. only be comfortable serv- U.S. District Judge Ar- lenge to covering contra- cases, but it does affect the
Others have a keen in- A group is hoping to make ing marijuana businesses enda Wright Allen's ruling ception under the health cases you're likely to write
terest, too, in a regulated Alaska the third state in if federal prohibitions on Thursday, that same-sex care law. And most no- about," said Curt Levey,
financial pipeline for an the nation to do so. the drug are changed in couples in Virginia have tably, Chief Justice John who heads the conserva-
industry that is just emerg- Currently, processing law. the same constitutional Roberts, a GOP appoin- tive Committee for Justice.
ing from the underground. money from marijuana Denny Eliason, a lob- right to marry as hetero- tee, joined with the court's Davidson, Lambda
Marijuana businesses that sales puts federally in- byist for the Washington sexuals, represented the Democrats to uphold the Legal's top lawyer, said,
can't use banks might have sured banks at risk of drug Bankers Association, said strongest advance in the health care law. "People frequently don't
too much cash they can't racketeering charges, so it will take some time be- South for advocates of gay Still, one consequence appreciate the extent to
safely put away, leaving they've refused to open fore banks decide whether marriage. She put her own of Obama's two elections which the president influ-
them vulnerable to crimi- accounts for marijuana- to take advantage of the ruling on hold while it is has been a change in the ences the composition of
nals. And governments related businesses. guidance. being appealed. composition of the courts. the courts."

Owner ofSUVinwrong-way J.D. OWENS INC.

crash has received threats CARPET & CERAMIC OUTLET
The Associated Press Enfinger said he ran barefoot after Mor- YOUR HOM ETOWN LOW PRICE!
ris when he saw his SUV speeding away,
TAMPA The owner of a sport util- then turned around and urged the other C MIC VINYL
ity vehicle driven the wrong way down a partygoers to call the police. CARPET, PORCELAIN, NAF
Florida interstate says there was nothing Morris had had a few mixed drinks but W & A U S
he could have done to stop a fiery crash he had not been acting strangely until he AMINATE HAROD & AREA
that killed five people. suddenly left, Enfinger said.
Scott Enfinger of Tampa told reporters "There is nothing I could do to stop
Friday that he has received threats on so- this," Enfinger said. "If I could, I would Y ES! W E D O LA YA W AY !
cial media since the crash early Sunday have moved heaven and earth. Unfortu-
that killed Enfinger's friend Daniel Lee nately, I had no way of seeing this one."
Morris and four University of South Flori- Morris had recently returned to Florida
da fraternity brothers. from Michigan, and he had planned to
Authorities say Morris was observed just join Enfinger in looking for work at Port
after 2 a.m. Sunday speeding the wrong Manatee.
way down Interstate 275. A few minutes Enfinger said the threats he's received
later, Morris crashed head-on into a car bn social media prompted him to leave
carrying the four fraternity brothers. his home with his fiancee and their chil-
The fire was so intense that it took Flori- dren for several days.
da Highway Patrol days to identify Morris' "There's just a wide variety of threats, as
body. far as college students wanting to retaliate.
Hburs earlier, Morris had been at a bar- Somebody even mentioned firebombing
becue at Enfinger's home. Enfinger said houses and things," Enfinger said. HU G E
that as the party continued into early The fraternity brothers killed in the
Sunday, Morris went inside the home crash were Jobin Kuriakose, Ankeet Patel,
and then drove out of the driveway in DammieYesudhas and Imtiyaz "Jim" Ilias.
Enfinger's Ford Expedition, which he took Enfinger offered his "deepest, heart-felt
without asking. condolences" to their families.

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200 spectators playfully THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
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Gizmo was discovered loggerhead sea turtles Kristi and Gizmo on Friday. 12' x 20' Multi Color Comm. *1699o
last October suffering One dead, five injured day in Ruskin. Spokesman
from emaciation and a in mobile home fire Chip Shields says three
head wound. It was treat- other children and a man
ed at the Turtle Hospital in RUSKIN Authorities and a woman were taken
Marathon with antibiotics, say a 4-year-old girl has to hospitals with injuries. A
lactulose, vitamins and died and five other people Shields says firefight-
honey wound care. are injured after a fire in ers' efforts to extinguish IS
Kristi was found en- a Tampa Bay-area mobile the fire were hampered
tangled in a fishing trap home. by live power lines that
line and received physical Hillsborough County were brought down by the
therapy on a back flipper Fire Rescue tells The blaze. S
as well as antibiotics and Tampa Tribune that the
_vitamins. girl died in the fire late Fri- From wire reports


Obituaries 0
Ma Cl Dunn guilty of lesser counts in music shooting
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette Street The Associated Press counts of attempted second- a note to Judge Russell L. Healey suits at him and the argument
Marianna, Florida 32446 degree murder and a count of fir- that they were having trouble escalated. No weapon was found
Phone 850-526-5059 JACKSONVILLE A 47-year- ing into an occupied car. reaching agreement on the mur- in the SUV.
old software developer was con- Dunn was charged with fatally der charge. He asked them to Dunn told jurors he feared for
Jane Frances victed Saturday of attempted shooting 17-year-old Jordan Da- continue their work, and they his life, perceiving "this was a
Blackwell murder for shooting into a carful vis, of Marietta, Ga., in 2012 after went back to the deliberation clear and present danger." Dunn,
of teenagers after an argument they got into an argument over room for two more hours. who has a concealed weapons
Jane Frances Blackwell, about their loud music, but ju- music coming from the parked "I've never seen a case where permit, fired 10 shots, hitting the
age 83, of Marianna passed rors couldn't agree on the most SUV occupied by Davis and three deliberations have gone on for vehicle nine times.
away on Wednesday, Feb- serious charge of first-degree friends outside a Jacksonville this length of time ..." Healey Prosecutors contended that
ruary 12, 2014 at-her home. murder. convenience store. Dunn, who is said after the verdict. "They've Dunn opened fire because he
She was born in St. After more than 30 hours of white, had described the music embraced their civic duty and felt disrespected by Davis. The
Charles, Missouri on July jury deliberations over four to his fiancee as "thug music." they are to be commended for teen made his friend turn the
31, 1930 to the late Leo J. days, a mistrial was declared on Dunn showed no emotion as that." music back up after they ini-
Peine and Frances Glose- the murder charge that Michael the verdicts were read. Davis' Dunn claimed he acted in self- tially turned it down at Dunn's
meyer Peine. Jane worked Dunn faced in the fatal shooting parents each left the courtroom defense, testifying he thought request. Dunn was parked in the
in the Missouri school sys- of one of the black teens. The 12 in tears. he saw a firearm pointed at him spot next to the SUV outside the
tem as a school teacher
and had been a resident of jurors found him guilty of three Earlier in the day, jurors said in from the SUV as Davis yelled in- convenience store.
Marianna since 2004 com-
ing from Freeport.
She was preceded in were also in the audience to lend "It's usually me and my grand-
death by her parents. S ei ll g support. ma (Deborah Payne); we'll sit
Jane is survived by her t C With her regional title secured, at the kitchen table with lists of
husband Owen D. Black- From Page lA Hayes will represent the Big words."
well of Marianna, her Tallahassee Democrat Big Bend Bend in the 87th Annual Scripps From the kitchen table, study
brother Orville Peine and Regional Spelling Bee champion National Spelling Bee. Grandpar- can carry over to the car, or wher-
wife Betty of Missouri.and was easy. ents Lee and Deborah Payne will ever she finds herself when she
her sister Joann Romaine "The nerves are still the same," travelwithherto theWashington, gets a moment to review a few
a usri B o she said. D.C. area for the May 25 event. more words. Sometimes she'll
Services for Mrs. Jane But whatever lingering anxiety There, Hayes willjoin the best of even get a pop quiz from her fel-
will be held at 1:00 P.M., the CHS eighth-grader was car- the best for spelling's premiere low CHS students.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 rying melted away when it came competition, an event known "If somebody needs to know
in the Marianna Chapel down to the final test. for challenging its outstanding how to spell something, they'll
Funeral Home. A time of Hayes rode to victory on the young spellers with some rather just come up to my desk and ask,
remembrance will be held correct spelling of the equestrian obscure terms prospicience, 'How do you spell...' whatever.
on Monday, February 17, sport, "dressage," a word many of Laodicean and cymotrichous And I'll spellit."
2014 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 us haven't heard since the 2012 SUBMITTED PHOTO among them. Despite the ever-presence of
P.M. in the Marianna residential campaign, if at all. Sumer Ha sandsreadtospell Students, preparing for their spelling in the young student's
Chapel Funeral Home presidential campaign, if at all. her nect word, Friday, Feb 8, during
Expressions of sympathy But for Hayes, a self-described the 2014 Tallahassee Democrat Big local spelling bees, use materials life, Hayes is still getting used to
may be submitted online at "horse freak" who's been a fan Bend Regional Spelling Bee Hayes' provided by the Scripps program the idea that she's finally bested
www.mariannachapelfh.com. of the animal since elementary win that day means she advances and prize sponsor Merriam-Web- the regional competition.
Marianna Chapel Funeral school, the pronouncer's pitch to compete in the Scripps National ster. Advancing through differ- "It hasn't sunk in yet," she
Home is in charge of ar- was one she knew she could Spelling Bee. ent levels of competition brings said. "I can't believe I'm going to
rangements. knock out of the park. them to the National Spelling nationals."
Lanier-Andler "I was smiling like a dork," she spelling bee trophy included Lee Bee, where $30,000 and other When it does finally sink in, the
Funeral Home said about hearing the challenge Payne (grandfather), Deborah prizes await. long-time avid reader, who notes
8261 Highway 90 East that would bring her the win. Payne (grandmother), Vernell As for the study regimen that a personal best of reading 10,000
Sneads, Florida "They could not have picked a Payne (great-grandmother) and will prepare Hayes for this next- pages in three months, will have
850-593-9900 better word." Joyce Doty (aunt). Summer's level competition, it starts with a healthy thirst for knowledge
Family members there towatch language arts teacher at CHS, what has brought her success so to help her as she trains for the
Jacob Mathew Hayes collect her first regional Albert Nix, and his wife Kim far. Scripps National Spelling Bee.
H- alt .; tant programs for people State legislators cre-
Jacob Mathew Shannon, of the state, Long said. ated the precursor State
of Tallahassee, Florida "I'm certain that Florida Board of Health on Feb.
went to be with the Lord on From Page 1A is a safer and better place 20, 1889, in response to
February 14, 2014 He is town. Things had been because of the Depart- a yellow fever epidemic
survived by his parents, cramped before that ment of Health's role in in the Jacksonville area,
Travis and Joy Shannon; funding infusion solved keeping citizens safe and according to background
l of brllhasse, Floria the problem. Eery inch of protected from disease press release regarding
parental grandparents, the building on 4th Street and other intrusions that the anniversary. Florida
Willy and Debbie Shannon had been put to use, and S threaten the health of its eradicated yellow fever in
of Two Egg, Florida and there was still not room citizens," Long said. "I'm thestate six years later.
materal grandparents, for everything inside; the very proud to be part Throughout 2014, vari-
Scherry Bradford and the health department had of it and we remain ex- ous recognition programs
late Rev. Bob Bradford of to put its two pediatric tremely happy to be in a will be held around Flori-
Marianna, Florida. dental programs and its spacious, better building da, and in spring, the De-
Graveside service will be environmental health di- now, where we can bet- partment of Health will
Monday, February 17,.2014 visions in other places. ter serve the public. We're release a resource called
at 11:00 AM CST at Cypress Altogether, the health MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO in a modern facility with "Public Health Heroes,"
Cemetery in Cypress, Flori-
da. Officaing will be Rev department was making ARNP Debbie Newsome (left) gives Cathy Pereda a flu test new equipment and fur- which features providers
John Miles and Rev. Steve do with about 17,000 sq. at the Jackson County Health Department in Marianna. nishings, ample parking from all 67 states. And
Canada. feet, and finding a place The health department atric dentistry, and has a and room to work. We're from April 7-11, the state's
for sensitive conversa- has a medical clinic, car- presence in every Jackson happy and the clients are special anniversarywillbe
l.ujl. tions was tough. But now, ries out various environ- County school. happy. It all goes back to incorporated into annual
I O: rlSts with 49,000 sq. ft. under mental health tasks, runs The health building at the state's wisdom in put- National Public Health
roof, privacy is easier to the WIC (Women, Infant 4979HealthyWayoffCav- ting this entire Florida Week celebrations.
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From Page 1A benefit from a support group. to the community so that people tion and a high-fat diet are risk
State S pancreatic cancer victims and Whatever the reasons, Melchi- don't procrastinate themselves factors. Well, I smoked like an
a their caregivers. But he says he's orre is hoping to create a turn into that percent of people who industrial chimney, drank like
FSU chief leaving as not seeing much enthusiasm for around and get a group going. find out as late as I did and who a blue whale, and ate like a
Penn St vote nears the effort. He doesn't know why He can be reached at johnmel- had no idea of what they could dinosaur. About 12 years ago
enn nears that is the case. He knows that, chidrre@rocketmail.com. He's do to keep themselves out of the that stopped, but it took years
HARRISBURG, Pa. based on his research, pancre- hoping to hear from someone percentage ofvictims, period.The for this to be developed, and I
- Florida State University's atic cancer is the fourth lead- soon, so that he can help orga- only tool we have is prevention,, didn't know back in my youth. I
president, a former Penn ing cause of cancer death in the nize a group. It's a legacy he said but that tool can't really beused want more people to know about
State professor, says he's country and that the numbers he'd be proud to leave for the *without more awareness of it." these things earlier than I knew. I
leaving the school just two are climbing. He knows that benefit of others down through Melchiorre gave an example of want some partners in helping to
days before Penn State's there's a very low survival rate time. how awareness of the facts can de-stigmatize pancreatic cancer,
trustees plan to vote on a among its victims. Last year, 45,000 people in the help. He said that once he made too, because I think that's part
new president. But answers to his dilemma in U.S. were diagnosed with pan- his doctors aware that other of the problem along with sim-
The Tallahassee Democrat trying to get a support group go- creatic cancer. He believes some physicians had found lumps on ple ignorance of the facts and
reported Saturday that Eric ing may lie in some of the other of them live here or in surround- his sister's pancreas, "the blood- malaise. We can get together and
Barron said he's not making facts associated with pancreatic ing counties and that they need lines kicked open the door" to we can. work on these things. I
a move for the money, but cancer. Because there are few or an avenue to connect with each them ordering tests that led to want to be able to say to others
rather because he sees the no early detection symptoms to other if they want. his diagnosis, who have it,'You don't have to be
next challenge for himself. work with, those who suffer the "I want them to know that In his own life, he said, more isolated. You don't have to
Penn State officials aren't illness may be, like Melchiorre, this is not a gloom and doom awareness, might have helped go through this alone. Come
confirming whether Bar- already in the late stages by the support group that I have in him change his lifestyle in ways to the support group. I really
ron is under consideration time they have noticeable symp- mind," he said. "It's all about that could have reduced his want to get one going so I can
in the secretive process. A toms that lead them to see a doc- people helping each other chances of getting pancreatic say that."
school spokeswoman says. ---- ---
that trustees will meet a- n diagnosed in men. changes in stool, and diabetes. ferred option for treatment.
Monday to discuss and 1ancer n Risk factors include family history of a Surgical removal of the tumor is a There are complex features of a
vote on a presidential the disease, age, chronic or heredi- possible in 15 percent of patients pancreatic cancer tumor that distin-
appointment. From Page 1A tary pancreatitis, smoking, obesity with adenocarcinoma, the most guish it from other cancer types.
Barron didn't appear to from the disease, and long-standing diabetes. These common type of pancreatic cancer. n High priority research areas being
directly tell the Tallahassee a Based on the changing demograph- and other risk factors are still being Chemotherapy or chemotherapy with explored for pancreatic cancer in-
Democrat that he expects ics of the U.S. population and changes investigated. radiation might be offered before or clude: identifying biomarkers for early
to get the Penn State post. in the incidence rate and death rate, a Pancreatic cancer might cause only after surgery. detection using registries of patients
Barron hasn't responded to the number of new cases of pancre- vague symptoms that could indicate a Chemotherapy or other drug thera- with a family history of pancreatic
a request for comment from atic cancer will increase more than many different conditions within pies typically are offered to patients cancer, developing drugs that target
The Associated Press and two-fold and the number of deaths the abdomen or gastrointestinal whose tumors cannot be removed specific gene mutations, understand-
at least one Florida State will increase 2.4-fold by 2030. tract. Symptoms include pain (usu- surgically. The National Comprehen- ing how the tumor microenvironment
trustee says he hasn't heard Pancreatic cancer is the ninth ally abdominal or back pain), weight sive Cancer Network's Guidelines for alters drug delivery, and harnessing
anything from Barron. most commonly diagnosed cancer in loss, jaundice (yellowing of the skin the treatment of pancreatic cancer the immune system for the treatment
From wire reports women and the 11th most commonly and eyes), loss of appetite, nausea, states that clinical trials are the pre- of pancreatic cancer.

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UAW drive falls short amid culture clash in Tennessee
The Associated Press i: th the Detroit Three au- they just don't want to
F tomakers, he said. have to work through the
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. The concern, he said, UAW.
The failure of the Unit- was that the UAW "was go- But in Tennessee there's
ed Auto Workers to union- ing to take the salaries in a little recent history of
ize employees at the Volk- backward motion, not in a prominent manufactur-
swagen plant in Tennessee forward motion," said Jar- ing unions, and people are
underscores a cultural dis- vis, who makes around $20 suspicious of them.
connect between a labor- per hour as he approaches "This is an area of the
friendly German company his three-year anniversary country where union den-
and anti-union sentiment at the plant. sity is low," said Harley
in the South. Southern Republicans Shaiken, a professor at the
The multiyear effort to were horrified when Volk- University of California at
organizeVolkswagen's only swagen announced it was Berkeley who specializes
U.S. plant was defeated on engaging in talks with the in labor issues.
a 712-626 vote Friday night UAW last year. Republican Still, because of the close
amid heavy campaigning U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, who margin, Shaiken believes
on both sides. has been among the UAW's the union would have
Workers voting against most vocal critics, said at won without statements
the union said while they the time that Volkswagen from Corker and other
remain open to the cre- would become a "laugh- Republican politicians
ation of a German-style ingstock" in the business that played to anti-union
"works council" at the world if it welcomed the sentiment and cast doubt
plant, they were unwill- THE ASSCIATED PRESS union to its plant. on the plant's future with
ing to risk the future of Workers assemble Volkswagen Passat sedans at the German automaker's plant in Chattanooga, Volkswagen wants to union representation.
the Volkswagen factory Tenn. create works council at Those statements, he
that opened to great fan- greatest thing that's ever he said. also on opponents' minds, the plant, which repre- said, influenced spouses,
fare on the site of a former happened to us." "Look at every company Jarvis said. Workers were sents both blue collar and relatives and neighbors of
Atmy ammunition plant Jarvis, who hangs doors, that's went bankrupt or suspicious that Volkswa- salaried workers. But to as well as workers at the
in 2011. trunk lids and hoods on shut down or had an is- gen and the union might do so under U.S. law re- plant.
"Come on, this is Chat- cars said workers also were sue," he said. "What is the- have already reached quires the establishment "You've got wives, hus-
tanooga, Tennessee," said worried about the union's one common denornina- "cost containment" agree- of an independent union. bands, family members.
worker Mike Jarvis, who historical impact on De- tor with all those compa- ments that could have led Several workers who cast They hear these threats
was among the group in troit automakers and the nies? UAW. We don't need to a cut in their hourly votes against the union and they say, 'What are
the plant that organized many plants that have it." pay rate to that made by said they still support the you doing here? This is a
to fight the UAW. "It's the been closed in the North, Pocketbook issues were entry-level employees idea of a works council risk,'" Shaiken said.

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Sports Briefs Marianna Basketbal

High school
be Bulldogs top Godby on the road
))In 1A, Regional Semifinals
will be Tuesday with Malone
hosting Cottondale and Next up for Marianna is Pensacola Catholic
Sneads hosting Paxton. BY SHELIA MADER Tickets
) The Marianna High Floridan correspondent
School Bulldogs advance to a Marianna High School has
round 2 of the regional play- The Marianna High School been allotted 280 tickets for
offs in Pensacola, Tuesday, basketball team is back in the Tuesday's expected sellout game
Feb. 18. MHS and their fans hunt for a state championship in Pensacola. Anyone wishing
have been issued 280 tick- run with a 59-51 win on the road to purchase tickets ($7 each)
ets to the eipected sell-out at Godby. can do so Tuesday morning at
game. Anyone interested in aThe road trip was a result of a the school. Tickets must be
purchasing tickets can do so shocking defeat last week at the purchased in advance. For more
Tuesday morning at MHS. hands of the Pensacola Catholic information, contact Debbie
Tickets are $7 and must be Crusaders that left-Marianna as Dryden or Travis Blanton at MHS.
purchased in advance. For district runners-up.
moreinformation, contact There was no doubt in the didn't take their 20-point win
Debbie Dryden orTravis minds of the team that they were over Godby earlier in the year
Blanton at MHS. not out of the hunt, though, get in their way of taking care of
and they proved that Thursday business Thursday night.
Chipola Softball night. "Defensively, we played well all
The Bulldogs led 24-21 at the night andI amjustproudto have
The Lady Indians returned half before increasing the-mar- the opportunity for these guys to
home this weekend. Sunday's gin of victory to eight to take the keep playing, Blanton said.
game against Chattanooga win. "Catholic will be a tough road
State is at 11 a.m. Herman Williams led the Bull- game for us, but we will start
dogs with 19 points, including to work today getting ready for
three 3-pointers, followed by them."
Sports items Shaquarius Baker with 15 points, The Bulldogs will travel to Pen-
Send all sports items to editorial that included two three's and go- sacola on Tuesday to take on the
jcfloridan.com, or fax them to 850-482- ing 3-for-4 from the line. Also in Catholic Crusaders.Thewinner of
4478. The mailing address for the paper double digits was Tre Clemmons the, Catholic/Marianna game will
is Jackson County Floridan, P.O. Box with 12 points. face the winner of Andrew Jack-
520, Marianna, FL, 32447. Following the game, coach son and Jacksonville Ribault next SUBMITTED PHOTO
Travis Blanton was pleased with Friday. The location of that game A Marianna player goes up for a shot against Godby on Thursday night.
his team's efforts and that they has not yet been determined. Marianna won 59-51.


Indians 8-1 after win in Vegas

Floridan correspondeht M ixed results for

The Chipola College base- Chipola in Friday
ball team overcame some criti-
cal pitching issues and took doubleheader
advantage of some miscues
by the College. of Southern Ne- BY SHELIA MADER
vada Coyotes Thursday night in Floridan correspondent
Las Vegas to escape with a 9-5
victory. Chipola College baseball continued in tour-
Michael Mader got the start- nament action with a Friday doubleheader in
ing job on the mound, went -0 Las Vegas, part of this year's Coyote Slugout
four innings and left with a 4- hosted by the College of Southern Nevada.
1 victory. Mader allowed the In game one, an outstanding outing on the
one earned run on two hits, mound by sophomore Taylor Lewis paced the
four walks, and struck out Indians to an 8-0 shutout over Salt Lake City
one. College. Lewis threw six innings, giving up no
Walks then plagued a smor- runs on three hits, one walk, one error behind
gasbord of Chipola pitchers that him, while striking out 10.
resulted in a 4-4 tie after five in-
nings of play. See CHIPOLA, Page 2B
It was JoJo Durden, who came
on in the sixth inning and closed
out the game, allowing just one
run on three walks, two hits, and
one run and picked up the win
for Chipola.
Offensively, Chipola's player
of the week last week, Danny
Mars, led the team going 3-for-
5 with two RBIs. Jacky Miles
was two-for-four and took
one for the team. Bert Giv-
ens was two-for-four, while
Chase Scott was 2-for-5 with a
Chipola's Michael Mader pitches in a game against the CSN Coyotes, Thursday in Las Vegas. A Chipola College batter prepares to swing during
See INDIANS, Page 2B The Indians went on to win 9-5. a recent game.

MWalone Baseball Sneads Baseball

Tigers look to regroup after Pirates pick up first win

loss to Altha on Tuesday Sneads defeats LiberCty County with walk-offsingle
BY SHELIA MADER runs and left with a no decision.
BY SHELIA MADER Hunter Eddins closed out the game in Floridan correspondent Chris Green, on the mound in relief for
Floridan correspondent the seventh inning, gave up two earned the second night this week,
runs on two hits, and The Sneads Pirates under the leader- closed out the final two in-
The Malone Tigers were looking to struck out two. ship of first-year coach Pat Jones picked nings, and picked up the
rebound Thursday night from their The offense produced up their first win of the season Thursday win. Green had four strike-
one-run loss to county rival Graceville five hits with Scott Ste- night against a determined Liberty Coun- outs while issuing just one
on Tuesday but fell short, losing 6-2 to phens going one-for-two ty team. walk. Sneads picked up 11
Altha. with a double and an RBI, while Har- It looked dim for the Pirates, who were hits on the night.
Coach Max Harkrider sent Robert Or- rison Floyd and Mason Dixon were trailing 6-4 in the bottom of the seventh Clark was solid at the plate, going 4-for-
shall to the mound. Orshall went four also one-for-two. Johnson and Or- inning, but a three-run rally ending with 4 with a double and two RBIs, followed
innings,.giving up only one earned run shall were both one-for-four on the a walk-off single by Blake Johnson be- by Blake Johnson who was two-for-three
on two hits and one walk while striking night. tween short and third granted the Pirates with three RBIs. Ryan Danford was two-
out five. The Tigers will have some time to the 7-6 win. for-four with a triple.
B. T. Johnson came on for the fifth and regroup before their next contest. Michael McCaskill got the starting nod The Pirates and Jones will have little
sixth innings, giving up three runs, two Thursday they will travel to Cot- for Liberty County, who countered with time to bask in the win as they were
unearned, one earned on one hit, three tondale to take on the county rival Dustin Sneads. Sneads went five innings, scheduled to take on Godby Friday
walks and striking out two. Hornets. recorded eight strikeouts, two earned night.

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Incognito and SUC E T
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Olympic Hockey Winter Olympics Roundup

US beats Russia

in shootout

The Associated Press said. "We had other guys
that are capable, but T.J.
SOCHI, Russia TJ. Os- was the guy who was going
hie brainstormed while he well. It seemed like he was
skated to center ice, des- going to score every time
perately trying to come up he went."
with one last move to end Oshie's final shot was
an epic shootout. He had a beauty: He threaded a
already taken five shots. at forehand right through
Sergei Bobrovsky, and the Bobrovsky's pads, the puck
Russians were still even. punching the back of the
Yet Oshie was chosen for Russian net emphatically
the U.S. men's hockey team enough to pop the water
with just such a situation bottle on top into the air.
in mind, and the shootout "At some point, you
specialist concocted one think, 'Does he have any
last clever goal to silence an more moves left?"' U.S.
arena filled with screaming captain Zach Parise said.
Russian fans. "But he did a good job ...
Oshie scored four times That's hard to do, to get in
in the shootout and put a goalie's head and throw
the winner between Bo- him off a little bit."
brovsky's legs in the eighth Oshie was among the fi-
round, leading the United nal selections for the U.S.
States past Russia 3-2 Sat- roster, and though the 27- m
urday in the thrilling re- year-old from .Warroad,
vival of a classic Olympic Minn., has never had a 20-
hockey rivalry. goal NHL season, he leads
"I was just thinking of American-born players
something else I could do, with seven shootout goals
trying to keep him guess- this season.
ing," said Oshie, the St. The U.S. men are only
Louis Blues forward. "Had interested in the one that
to go back to the same all but wrapped up an au-
move a couple times, but tomatic berth in the quar-
I was glad it ended when terfinals next week.
it did. I was running out of "I think you're going THEASSOCIATED PRES
moves there." to see T.J. Oshie become Matthew Antoine of the United States crosses the finish area to win the bronze medal in the men's skeleton competition at
International rules al- a household name after the 2014 Winter Olympics on Saturday in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.
low the same player to that display he put on,"
take multiple shots after said David Backes, Oshie's
the first three rounds of a teammate in St. Louis.
shootout, and U.S. coach "The kids will be out on m
Dan Bylsma leaned on the pond probably in Min-
Oshie's array of slick shots nesota right now, throwing
and change-of-pace ap- a 5-hole on the goalie three
proaches to the net. Oshie or four times in a row."
scored on the Americans' Cam Fowler and Joe
first shot before taking the Pavelski scored in regu-
last five in a row, going 4 for lation for the Americans M at Antoine of the United States wins bronze in skeleton
6 against Bobrovsky and in the marquee game of
disappointing a Bolshoy the preliminary round. The Associated Press Skeleton: Alexander Tretiakov secutive gold medal in the women's
Ice Dome crowd including Jonathan Quick made 29 won gold in men's skeleton. Known 1,500 meters a race that included
Russian President Vladimir saves and stopped five at- SOCHI, Russia Maybe it wasn't as the "Russian Rocket," Tretiakov a three-skater crash involving 500-
Putin. tempts in the shootout the suits after all. finished well ahead of Latvia's Mar- meter gold medalist Li Jianrou of
"I aged a couple of years as the U.S. improved to After shedding their new, high- tins Dukurs after hurtling down China. Viktor Ahn of Russia won
in that shootout," Bylsma 2-0. tech skinsuits for their old-fash- a track he's trained on more than gold in the men's 1,000, with team-
ioned gear, American speedskaters anyone else. Matt Antoine of the mate Vladimir Grigorev taking the
still were without a medal at the So- United States won bronze, the first silver. It was Ain's second medal of
chi Olympics. skeleton medal for the U.S. since the Sochi Olympics.
Zbigniew Brodka won Poland's Jimmy Shea won gold in 2002.
first gold medal in the men's 1,500 Ski Jumping: Polish skijumper Ka-
meters, finishing 0.003 seconds Speedskating: Brodka and Verweij mil Stoch completed a gold medal
ii .. ahead of Koen Verweij of the Neth- were initially shown on the score- sweep of the normal and large hills.
erlands. It was one of the closest board to be tied for the top spot, but Noriaki Kasai of Japan won the sil-
,i. 1,500 finishes in Olympic history. when the time was broken down to ver on the large hill and Peter Pre-
Verweij's silver medal gave the the thousandths, the victory went to vc of Slovenia took bronze. Stoch
Dutch 13 of the 21 medals awarded Brodka in 1 minute, 45.006 seconds. joins Simon Ammann and Matti
Sso far in the sport, including four Verweij was second in 1:45.009. The Nykanen as the only men to win
Sgolds. Traditionally, the U.S. team bronze went to Canada's Denny both individual events at the same
has been among the medal leaders Morrison, his second medal of the Winter Games.
halfway through the competition. Sochi Games.
Hoping to end the shutout, the Curling: Canada became the first
U.S. had gotten IOC approval just Alpine Skiing: Anna Fenninger team to qualify for the semifinals
hours before the 1,500 started to go became the third straight Austrian in the women's Olympic curling
back to its old suits. The new ones woman to win a gold iedal in the tournament by beating Russia and
-... -had been touted as the fastest the Olympic super-G. Maria Hoefl-Ri- Japan. Sweden has the next best
world has ever seen. escli of Germany won the silver and record, one game ahead of China,
Norway's women cross-country Nicole Hosp of Austria the bronze. Britain and Switzerland. In the
skiers were another group whose Skiers from Austria have dominated men's tournament, China and Swe-
past success failed to carry over into the event since it began at the 1988 den earned wins to stay at the top
the games. The Norwegian women Calgary Games. Austrian skiers of the qualifying round standings.
had not lost a 4x5-kilometer relay have nowwon eight of a possible 24 Canada and Britain are a game be-
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS since 2009 and entered Saturday's medals in the super-G. hirid in the race for the four playoff
USA forward T.J. Oshie reacts after scoring the winning goal race as huge favorites, with a team spots.
against Russia goaltender Sergei Bobrovski in a shootout that featured the top four skiers in Cross-Country: Charlotte Kalla
during overtime of the game at the 2014 Winter Olympics on the overallWorld Cup standings. erased a 25-second deficit on the Men's Hockey: T.J. Oshie scored
Saturday in Sochi, Russia. By the time it was over, Sweden final leg to give Sweden the gold in four times in the shootout in the
had the gold, and Norway was de- the relay. Finland finished second U.S. "victory as Russian President
nied aspot onthe podium, finishing to win silver, and Germany took Vladimir Putin watched from the
Indiansning before Chipola rallied 53.6 seconds behind the winners. bronze. Norway was well behind in stands. Undefeated Sweden beat
for four more runs. On Day 9 of the Sochi Olympics, fifth. "It is tough to see because we Latvia 5-3 to become the first team
The Indians were sched- the U.S. hockey team won a shoot- are so good in relay, we have always to advance to next week's quarter-
From Page B uled to continue their Ve- out to defeat Russia 3-2 in the been so good, many seconds before finals. Slovenia, playing in its first
Ian Rice, Cody Lanford, gas trip Friday with games marquee game of the preliminary the other girls," said Heidi Weng, Olympic hockey tournament, sur-
and Kevin Santa all record- at 5 and 8 p.m. and con- round. who skied the first leg for Norway. prised Slovakia 3-1. In the women's
ed hits for Chipola with cluding on Saturday with Medals also were being awarded "And today others were better than tournament, Sweden upset Finland
Blaze Vasquez sacrific- an 11 a.m. game. in four other sports: Alpine skiing, us." 4-2 and Switzerland beat Russia 2-
ing to deep center to give Thursday's win puts the ski jumping, skeleton and short 0, setting up next week's semifinal
Chipola the go ahead run Indians at 8-1 ontheyoung track speedskating. Short Track Speedskating: Zhou matchups: Sweden vs. the U.S. and
in the top of the ninth in- season. Yang of China won her second con- Canada vs. Switzerland.

night the Indians saw the A r A THV DAY- Feb 27 1-, l: PM
Chipola tables turn and fell 10-0 in
register by 12:50pm
five innings.
From Page 1B Tucker Simpson got the
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Dear Annie: My grandsons are 5 and 9 a note of it should they do this when you AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Jury sides with Stokes Entertainment,
and old enough to sleep alone. However, are in the car. Simply say, "I'm surprised 19) If you haven't been Brooks in lawsuit sued Lisa Sanderson
they sleep together in a queen-sized bed, you still use the handicap placard, since taking care of paperwork, claiming she failed to
and their mother regularly crawls in with you are obviously well now. These spaces get started. Someone you NASHVILLE, Tenn. repay a $226,000 loan.
them. She has been doing that since they should be used by those who truly need have a deal with might A Nash de anerson, the ormer
were toddlers. them. I'm so glad you don't." not fulfill a promise. jury on Tursday sided CEO of the produc-
The boys have told their mother that PISCES (Feb. 20-March with country music tion company, says the
they do not want her in the bed any Dear Annie: The letter from "Mourning 20) Uncertainty singer Garth Brooks in money was a gift. She
longer, but she continues to do so, say- My Brother" really struck a nerve. She regarding a relationship a dispute he had with a testified that she and
ing they need her. My son and his wife said her brother died suddenly while he will make you feel upset. former employee over Brooks were once so
have been separated for more than six was still estranged from his young-adult Worry won't help, while ooks'$226,000. close that they were like
months, and the boys frequently tell their children, and now there is no opportu- reacting mindfully will Boo' Cifoia amiy.
father how upset they are about this, but nity to reconcile. help you find a solution.The Associated Press
he doesn't know what to do because they My parents were married for 35 years. ARIES (March 21-April on company, Red The Associated Press
don't live together. After Mom died, my father remarried, 19) Make an effort to AC 42D Answer to Previous uzzle
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College Football NFL

Inquiry says Incognito, 2

iU others harassed Martin
The Associated Press
Two Miami Dolphins offensive
linemen joined Richie Incognito in
bullying Jonathan Martin, and at l i
least one other player and an assis- c .
tant trainer were also targets of the
vicious taunts and racist insults, ac-
cording to a report ordered by the
Lawyer Ted Wells released the re-
Shport Friday, saying guard John Jerry
and center Mike Pouncey followed
Incognito's lead in harassing Martin,
who left the team in October. They
threatened to rape his sister, called
him a long list of slurs and bullied
him for not being "black enough."
Martin is biracial, Incognito is
Florida State pitcher Jameis Winston (44) throws in game black. Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey (left) guard Richie incognito (68) and tackle
against Indiana in Tallahassee on June 9. Winston will become Martin's agent Kenneth Zucker- Jonathan Martin (71) set up to block during the game against the Jacksonville
the sixth Heisman winner to play college baseball after man said his client feels "vindicat- Jaguars in Jacksonville, Fla. on Aug. 9.
winning the award and the first since Bo Jackson in 1986. ed" by the report. Martin also told investigators that Evaluating Martin's claims was
Winston is the Seminoles' closer, will DH and play outfield. "He feels a great sense of relief," he "believed that trying to engage difficult, "given his mental health
Zuckerman told The Associated in a physical confrontation with issues, his possible heightened sen-
fW Press. "Jonathan Martin is a great these three whom he viewed as sitivity to insults and his unusual,
ton eman and he's only shown me that a united group would only make 'bipolar' friendship with Incognito,"
n ston ready or he is very honest since the day I met matters worse." the report said.

b eb l se a him. He loves football and is eager The inquiry said Martin was "Nonetheless, we ultimately con-
base a e O to get back on the field, regardless taunted and ridiculed almost daily. cluded that Martin was indeed
of what team he plays for." After Martin left the team, Incogni- harassed by Incognito, who can
Incognito's attorneyMarkSchamel to boasted about "breaking Jmart" fairly be described as the main
The Associated Press and people like that," Win- released a statement calling Wells' in a notebook the linemen used instigator."
ston told The Associated report "replete with errors" and said to tally fines and bonuses among In a statement emailed by a
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Press, adding that he also that Martin "was never bullied by themselves. When the investigation league spokesman, the NFL did not
Jameis Winston is fol- followed Brian Jordan's Richie Incognito or any member of began, Incognito asked another make any mention of possible pun-
lowing the road map Bo career, another two-sport the Dolphins' offensive line." player to destroy the book, saying ishment stemming from the case.
Jackson laid out nearly 25 star who played Major Martin, who has two years left on "They're going to suspend me." Wells said he does not intend to
years ago. League baseball and in the his contract with the Dolphins, de- The other harassed player was comment further.
The 20-year-old Florida NFL. "That also influenced clined interview requests. "subjected to homophobic name- The report comes about three
State redshirt freshman me because people telling Incognito was suspended in No- calling and improperphysical touch- months after the league hired
will become the sixth me what I need to do and vember, but Pouncey and Jerry ing," while the assistant trainer, who Wells to investigate the case, which
Heisman winner in NCAA I'm going to have to make a remained starters throughout the was born in Japan, was subjected to prompted a national debate about
history to play college decision, and I'm just like, season. racial slurs. hazing and workplace bullying:
baseball after winning the 'Hey, they're doing it ... so The report mentioned another "It was not difficult to conclude The 6-foot-5, 312-pound Martin
award when the Seminoles why can't I do it?' offensive lineman and an assistant that the Assistant Trainer and Player abruptly left the team Oct. 28. He
open the season Friday. "That's how I always trainer who also routinely came A were harassed, but the questions was briefly hospitalized and then
The last player to do it was looked at it when I was a under attack from the trio. Neither raised in Martin's case were more joined his family in California and
Jackson in 1986, according little kid. If somebody else was identified in thereport. complex, nuanced and difficult," the underwent counseling for emo-
to STATS LLC. is going to do something, The report chronicled Martin's report says. tional issues. Incognito was barred
Both are from Bessemer, you're not (about to) tell struggle to deal with a "pattern of Although Wells concluded that from the season's last eight games.
Ala., and Winston grew up me I can't do it. ... It's like, harassment," including emotional Martin was abused by three team- Incognito expressed regrets about
using the former Auburn I'm notevenworried about text exchanges with his parents mates, the report said "they did not the racist and profane language
star as an incentive to re- what your opinion is. I'm and a description of him crying in intend to drive Martin from the he used with Martin, but said it
alize his two-sport dream. worried about what my the bathroom after one particularly team or cause.him lasting emotion- stemmed from a culture of locker-
Jackson, 51, is the only goals are and what I'm try- painful attack. al injury." room "brotherhood," not bullying.
athlete to play in a Major ing to do in life."
League Baseball all-star He's off to a good start at
game and the NFL Pro a young age.
Bowl. The 6-foot-4, 225 pound
Winston also wouldn't Winston already has a na-
mind following in the foot- tional championship on
steps of another two-sport his resume and wants to
Florida State star Deion add a College World Series
Sanders. The former Semi- title to his trophy case. A
noles defensive back is the He's Florida State's closer
only player to play in both with a 95 mph fastball, a
the Super Bowl and the slider and Winston is add-
World Series. ing a split-changeup to his
"Being from Bessemer, repertoire. He'll also play
allyouheardaboutwasBo. in the outfield and fill in
Bo this, Bo that. Obviously, as a designated hitter at
you had Deion (Sanders) times.

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Atlanta Braves pitcher Julio Teheran throws during the game
against the St. Louis Cardinals in St. Louis on Aug. 24.

Braves give RHP

Teheran 6-year deal
The Associated Press workout in spring training.
Braves general manager
KISSIMMEE Right- Frank Wren said Teheran
hander Julio Teheran and is "one of the best young
the Atlanta Braves agreed pitchers in the National
to terms on a six-year, League and one of our core
$32.4 million contract on of players we expect to be ....... ...... ....
Friday with a club option together for a number of 'i: I
for the 2020 season. years."
The deal with the 23- If the Braves exercise
year-old Teheran was an- their $12 million option for..
other move by the team to the 2020 season, Teheran
lock up a key young player will earn more than $44
on a long-term deal. First million over the next seven,-
basemanFreddieFreeman, years.
24, agreed to $135 million, Teheran, who had been ..
eight-year deal on Feb. 5, regarded as a top prospect,
the same day the team an- realized those expectations
nounced a two-year, $13.3 in 2013, when he became,
million deal with right an important member of i
fielder Jason Heyward, 24. the rotation as a rookie. He "
Braves announced the was 14-8 with a 3.20 ERA '
agreement with Teheran and finished fourth in vot- -
on the day pitchers and ingforthe NLRookie of the
.Jcatchers had their first Year.


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"I saw an otter catch a bass," we She is awesome, beautiful, ten _
say. pounds if an ounce. She comes to
"I watched two male diamond- hand and we lift her from the wa- Fishinig Report
backs 'wrestle' for the attention of ter. We kiss the top of her head and
a female," we recount. return her to the depths, watching Lake Seminole Lake Eufaula of pan-size cats (primarily
"I walked within five feet of a her slowly swim away. We start the Bass fishing is fair. Lip-less Bass are reported as good channels and blues) have
sunning bull alligator," we recall. outboard as the first pelting rain- crankbaits are paying off for and for the most part are recently come from the
"For what?" they ask. "You're drops fall. We run headlong across some in surprisingly shallow holding in shallow water, tailwaters and near the "wall"
crazy." the lake, just ahead of the storm, water. In the creeks, fish dark-col- of the dam. Along with the
We're crazy. and make the marina in the nick Lipped, shallow-running ored Texas-rig worms along smaller fish, several 5 to 6
We trudge miles through moun- of time. crankbaits are also recom- the banks. Target bankside pounders have been report-
tain gorges, slipping and sliding on "You're crazy," we hear. mended. Flipping grass cover for the most strikes. Off ed. Live baitfish, cut bait, and
slippery rocks and steep, muddy We climb the mountain. It is not beds and hyacinth patches points and on the ledges, Car- prepared baits are working.
creek banks. We go the hard way, an easy thing. We are too old. It is has also been working olina-rigs are working well. Up the creeks, the bream
the path less traveled, simply to ap- not worth the wear and tear on fairly well. With the latter Slow-rolled spinnerbaits are have been getting relatively
lFroach the pool with the sun in our aging joints, hearts and lungs. We technique, use a very slow also producing some pretty active. Bluegills in good sizes
faces, trying not to cast a shadow are near collapse when we reach presentation good fish up the river, and afew shellcrackers are
and spook the large brown trout the summit and gaze down upon Warmer weather will soon Crappies have improved a reported. Crickets and live
we know in our hearts just "has to the river valley or across the range motivate the crappies to bit. Night fishing is fair under earthworms are baits of
be there." Perhaps he is, perhaps at the far ridges. Out of breath, ex- shallow up and move toward some of the bridges. Indi- choice.
not, but we do it anyhow. We won't hausted and nearly past going, we shoreline structure. A few vidual fish sizes are good. Use A few crappies are being
know until we carefully cast our fly look into each other's eyes and say, good catches have already live minnows, taken (primarily by bank
and pray for him to rise. "We made it. We're here. No one been reported. Use live Catfish are fair to good on fishermen) on live minnows.
"You're crazy," they say again, since the Cherokees have seen minnows, lake flats and in deeper creek Sizes are good, but numbers
We sometimes make" an er- this." Bream have at last started areas. are low.
rant shot with bow or bullet. The We smile, satisfied. to become active. There are Bream fishing remains very Bass fishing is slow at
game runs away and does not im- "You're crazy," they admonish, reports of a few fairly decent slow, present.
mediately fall. We follow it up, of- We sit in a freezing duck blind, catches over recent days. A Generation schedules, pool levels,
ten through the thickest cover in the wind ripping at our clothing, consistent warm-up should Lake Andrews/ and other such information for area
deepening darkness. Sometimes sleet pelting our faces. We negoti- turn them on. Chattahoochee River waterways may be obtained by calling
toll-free 1-888-771-4601. Follow the
there is danger. It doesn't matter, ate the fragile, brittle river bluffs, Catfish are beginning Catfish are only moder- recorded nstructions and access the
The wounded feral boar merits the just for one glimpse of a tree that to show signs of life as ately active downstream, but touch-tone for the Apalachicola River
same fair-chase consideration as grows there and nowhere else. We well. a number of good catches System.
the whitetail doe. The black bear climb into deer stands at four in
is no different in this respect from the morning. We sit up long into
the pronghorn antelope. We take the night honing our skills on a Winter Olympics
the hunt to its conclusion. It is the new turkey call. We paddle precari-
right and decent thing to do. ous canoes across the Okefenokee US changing of innovation for suit devel- reversal after the Americans
"You're crazy," we're told. amidst 10,000 hungry alligators.We speedskating suits oper Under Armour, told The. arrived in Sochi proclaiming
We fish all day in summertime hunt, we fish, we hike, we camp, Associated Press on Friday they had a suit that would
temperatures flirting around 100. we tell our tales around evening SOCHI, Russia -They were the Americans had received give them a technological
We cast our spinnerbaits, crank- fires far from office cubicles and touted as the fastest speeds- permission to go back to the edge over rival countries such
baits and plastic worms countless boardrooms. Don't fence us in. kating suits in the world. suits they used while post- as the Netherlands.
times to no avail. We watch the af- Crazy? Now the U.S. is dumping ing impressive results on the Before going-back to the old
ternoon sky with intense scrutiny. Perhaps. the high-tech attire after fall World Cup circuit and suit, Under Armour attempt-
There is a purplish glow. The thun- Or perhaps not. a dismal start to the Sochi at the U.S. Olympic trials in ed some low-tech alterations
derheads are angry, sinister..Will Beat on, different drummer. We Olympics. December. to the new model.
they move off in another direction? hear you. Kevin Haley, vice president The change was a stunning From wire reports




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"Garden of Chimes" $800. Ea. 334-899-85641 S.E. ALABAMA KENNEL CLUB 3344-692-3695 MEDICAL SERVICES
T, AM IC $50. for 6 weeks Buying Pine o i Position information and application
Branson, MO. Ozark MnL Jamboree Rally /Agility Intro. $75. deadlines are available at
5 ngts, 6 days. 5 shows Elvis Presley home & I r Mou area. w.chipola.edu/personnel/jobs.
museum & more March 30/April 4,2014 Shotis required No tract too snll / Custom Thinning
Charleston, SC/Savannah, GA Starting March 4th a Contact Human Resources at
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Tropical Costa Rica 8 nghts, 9 days
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NORTHEAST CRUISE & TOUR Ready soon MutiPoos, Chihuahua & Chorkies. EMPLOYMENT
Nova Scotia, Sydney, Halifax Prince Edward $100.- $150. 334-7189745 -(_)"'l
Island, 14 nghts, 15 days 7-ngt cruise '_ Professional Service and Pars Advisor
For information Mera Stanley (850)594-998FARMER'S MARKneeded in our busy automotive shop.
CH L )N P Excellent pay and benefits,
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HURRY SALE!!!! GREEN FROZEN PEANUTS Marianna, FL P.O. Box 942 MariannaFL 32447
NOW SELLING 100's of Misc. ITEMS 850-352-4423 -pT a to fo t
Reduced to 50% off. Furniture 30% off Is a plitions fr the
in" BC booth" -20-22 or s--e94 following positions: A
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FIN NCALPrefer nursing home experience.
BULK WHEAT If interested apply in person at
for Sale424 Third Avenue, Maranna, FL
Daycare Center For Sale By $9.00 per bussell
Owner, completely furnished, great 229-246-1340 4 Photographer
location, established for 35 yrs. Photograph
334-677-3704 MADDOX FARMS Jackson County Floridan has an immediate opening for a full time photographer.
Beautiful Bermuda Coastal Hay
Fully equipped Beauty Salon or Barber I Round Rolls $50 Square $5 Candidates must possess a solid understanding of digital photography, composition and
Shop for r bythe on r chair ntel. Call 334-791-0023 lighting. This position will work directly with reporters and newsroom staff to develop and
produce photographs and shoot video to accompany stories. This position is responsible
Call Ronald 334-793-4263 for covering a wide variety of assignments from features to sports and illustrations.
2050 Montgomery Hwy Dothan.ALU & ST A
Duties also include posting video, photographs and stories to the Web. Multimedia
MADDOX FARMS including reporting and writing is a plus. Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft
S* Horse Boarding Word, Microsoft Outlook, and Photoshop as well as some knowledge of software programs
(barn or pastures) that aid in posting to the Web. Must be willing to learn new things, be flexible and able to
SExcellent Care proof of auto insurance and the ability to cover assignments at night or on weekends is
Size 6 Jazz Prom Dress For Sale It has been al- Call 334-791-0023 or 334-791-7312 required. College degree preferred. Must be a self starter with a strong work ethic and
tered some. It is still in great condition! Please have the ability to work independently.
text or call 334-790-7989 if you are interested.
We are only asking $250 for it but we payed EOE/M/F/D/V: Drug and background screening is required.
over $500.

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Williams Brothers Trucking Inc. -- I
Hosford & Cottondale, FL Locations LS- ..
Now accepting applications for
Mechanics & CDL Drivers. BONDED INSURED
Driver applicants must be at least 25 years T eAVID LEWVIS TR
old with (2) years verifiable driving ROOFING CO. Tree Removal Tree Trimming *ALL YOUR ROOFING NEEDS*
experience; No major violations within the 265-6023 Stump Grinding
past 36 months; clean criminal LICENSE # RC0043637 Insured Free Estimates Metal Shingles Flat Roofs Insured
background for the previous 15 years. davidlewisroofing@knology.net 81 I 85 0-573-1880
WBT has over 20 locations in the southeast 1406 Minnesota Ave. Lyn Hve, 32444 593-4455 Servin Jackson and Surroundin Counties
region, so we are here to stay & are looking S g J n a S
for drivers with the same commitment. L C W & A TING
We pay by the mile with monthly bonuses D. Stephens Concrete Services LLC
For more information or to apply please .' D. Stephens Concrete Services, LLC
11 1777 rDozer and Excavation Work Quality, Affordable Concrete Work and Small Tractor Work
cal 912-375-7777 and ask for April. Ponds Road Building Demolition 38 Yrs. Experience Licensed Insured HOME REPAIR
Pine Tree Planting Herbicide Spraying Residential & Commercial
Fire Line Plowing Burning Bus: 850-674-5887 WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICE!!
25 D rClay O'Neal 50,762-940 Owned and Operated by Home: 850-674-5026 Big Or Small Jobs WELCOME
5 D i rs clayslandclearing@gmail.com Dewey Stephens Cell: 850-643-1723 I :
25,- I DriveJones Concrete, LLC
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Trainees NEW& USED TIRES Free Estimates/Reasonable Rates "Beautification of Your Home"
NEW TIRES BELOW RETAIL PRICES! House Slabs Sidewalks Carpentry/Painting Installations
NN WEEDED B Driveways & Pole Barns Furniture Repair & Refinishing
NEEDED NOW TRIPLIE 850-693-5812 30+ Years Experience General Repairs Insured
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3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale.
Starting at $500 per month
Plants Inte1rati al, InC Call 850-258-1594 Ann Jones
Plants International, Inc., If no answer please leave message. Owner/Broker
Altha FLis accepting applications for Marianna area 2/2 Mbl. Hm.in park CH&A SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES 850-209-9077
the following position. water, sewage No Pets or Smoking Ref. Reg.
st. &last $500. mo. 850-482-8333 4630 Hwy. 90 Marianna, FL 32446 Call Us For All Your
(850) 526-2891 Real Estate Needs
Each Office Is independently Owmed snd OpertedR
responsibeforEplaningSRA toES T E FOriaRAaL
responsible for planning and purchasing of Fentoced townck yMarianna.th
product as well as inventory control. Ed McCoy, Realtoa screened back porch
iEd McCoy, Realtov the right size for
Require 2yr verifiable office experience. Cell-(850) 573-6198 relaxing or entertaining. Home is located on Meadowview Road,
Prefer experience in data entry, 2BR, 2.5BA Townhouse for sale in walking dis- close to schools, College, shopping and hospital. This updated
purchasing and inventory control. tance of downtown Eufaula. Quiet and quaint. www.emccoyrealty.com home is just the right size and ready foryou to movein! Call today
Proficient in Microsoft Office and willing to Deck with large backyard. W/D hookup and emccoy02@yahoo.com a aotmet tosee this 119.
learn custom programs. Requires excellent large pantry. Spacious rooms. Not for rent. 4/3 Home in Camellia Acres
written and verbal communication skills. $92,000. Call 256-437-3768 Subdivision, a beautiul Adult
Full time employment with competitive SNEADS Owner beauti landscaped yard with
wages and benefits available Financing Available for this nioy the quiet neighborhood.
Apply at One Stop Career Centers in 373 acres Santa Rosa County, FL $2,200/acre nice mobile home in great Spitlr lan with LargeMaterBed nd Bath and Three large edrooms with two
l ull baths. Formal Dining Room and Breahfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble
Maranna and Blountstown, Larson & McGowin Properties Broker, 334-734- location. Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. Perfect home for entertaining. So many beautiful
M1382. www Iarsonmgowinproperties.com :hings with the beautiful home. $282,000 and considering all Offers. MLS 247640
Oglesby Plants International Hwy 71 N M, S# 249201 $49,500.
or Fax resume to (850) 762-3806. RECREA ION COTTONDALE $65,900 is a
WOW!! Hunters camp house Great Deal on this
surrounded by 73 ocres with beautiful 2 Bedroom
FMA& EV7L :a#q plonted pines, pond and plenty Home in Malone!
FAM ItY as-S Sun Tracker 24-DL Pontoon of space for good hunting. It's already updated and ready for you! Large fenced
SSun Tracker 24DL Pntn yard with a workshop! A great neighborhood and a Great
board Model E 90 TL CEM, MAMNINIA
DISTRIBUTION CENTER Boat, 90HP Evinrude Out- MIS# 249225 $116,800. Home! You can afford this one! MLS #247258
MARIANNA, FLORIDA deck table, fold-up ladder, Wooded 21 acres, gret reo character give this
new battery. Trailer not included. Older model for hunting and building your older home in Graceville
Now Hiring Full Time but it looks good and runs great. $4,500. Lake dream home. its charm! This well
Seminole south of Donalsonville, GA on Rt. 374. maintained home has
Bulk Order Filler Positions Contact Dee at dee.german@aoLcom or call a large yard and is very
Ist, 2nd, and 3rd Shifts 229-515-7600. GRArND RIDGE ready for you to call it home. The roof was completely replaced in 2011!
-y __ W ,: Bedrooms are large with plenty of space. All of the appliances! Call today to
O Funished one )bedroom set an appointment to see this beautiful, and affordable home. MLS# 247421
Competitive Pay and TRANSPORTATIO cmper with 2slide outs nd
Benefits Package! with private boot romp to the Country life in a 2002
Slake for greoat fishing. built 2000 square foot
Please apply in person at: LS 248959 $30,000. Manufactured home on
l p ipChevrolet 2004 Trailblazer MLS# 248959* $ 00. 4 acres on a paved
Family Dollar Distribution Center Chevrolet 2004 Trailblazer ALFORD- Hunters Paradise road a great place to
LT. Red, 4WD, PS, PW, PDL is here on these 3 acres with a live! Located in North Jackson County close to the Alabama State Line,
3949 Family Dollar Parkway, with remote. 4.2 L6 275 HP this home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna
Marianna, Florida 32448 t 3 bedroom home having hod
Marianna, Florida32448 engine. Good MPG, cold 3 and Dothan.uCalltodayand let us showyouthis beautiful home. Priced
AC. Looks, runs and drives some updtes. Property includes to sell, owner says bring all offers. $79,900 MLS# 248922

forthefollowingposion: AC. Looks, runs and drivesesto pass up! Possible
Must be 18 Years Old great. $6,995. Call owner 334-671-3059. stockd pon. s ri s St a
Equal Opportunity Employerequr MLS# 249259 ta$85,000. eon and
Relte eWeri ce GRAND RIDGEO College, Schools and

Work hours are afternoon/evening; e apointent to view this lovely s e and enjoy the Peace and tranqtilioy Marianna has to offer Anestablished
99. RIE T Y WATERFRONT S nThree Hospital in Marianna
experience; no benf1993 50. Convertible Todbedroom home located in only $59,900.
SCC 94020 m. oo with low payments! Hardwood Floors, newer metal roof
for the following position: heesee Pond tht is own and central heat/air. Just too cute to pass up! Possible
d4900. OBO 334-397-4881 for its great booting and fishing. Lease Purchase. MLS# 248356
CUSTODIAN (part-time) 2006 Nissan Sentra 4-door Sedan, 93,751 miles, MIS# 248786 $88,000.
CUSTODIAN (part-ime) 23 mpg, good cond.tan int. auto-trans, power I BONIFAY Custom built Blue Springs Plantation is
2lo mpilag, blagood co. tan t. aun tirs, pow home onioted on 24.5 aces located clongstohe BEAUFULo
sterring, AM/FA tero, rear spoiler & cold AC including two ponds. Home Blue Sptrins State Park
High school diploma or equivalent required. $4800. 850-2092502 has too many special feohu0es Meris Mill Pond and Lake
GOT BAD CREDIT? h be a PERFECT Place to build
on$99. RIDE TODAYry Subdivision, Blue Springs Plantation is a growing community with homes already built
mAlready filed Taxes MLS# 249202 $289,000. and occupied. It has a Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and
experience; no benefits. Call Steve Pope Today MARIANNA Very Paved roads. Several Lots available to choose from. Located on Blue Spins Highway.

To obtain an application, contact, mblue w ith wh gmnit cu tur oesn e tad crort
o o in n licion conc Repo pass bankruptcy nd looted lose to shools, e rn r e eer i ver ivae an i en a
Human Resources at: SLOW CREDIT OK SSI & VA OK shopping and go course. Call rms. S Seller is ready
pMuipple hipofts avla.ble wih great (850)71-2269.pay rate! c e. fo your pesonol viewing. to look9 at all offer
their dream of owning
Candidates m be subject to Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, -o$169,900. home! Newer stove refrigerator. Allowance for a new stoe
low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires, Debbie Roney Smith, pick it nut yourself! Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for
lall your tools. Small fenced area fer children or pets. Do n't miss
background investigations garagt,. looks like new, Real Clean!! i .sRealtor out on the fantastic price for this beautiful home! MLS# 248529

email hireme @prdothan.COm 2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic: made thru out the nat payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS# 249218
334-797-5151 850-209-8039
EQUAL OPPORTUNIY EMPLOYER GLexus 2007 RX350 Silver in color, new tires, sun debbieroneysmith@ aBeautiful wel main tned
carl04K miles, exc. cond. $14,000. 334-791-94078New pCon wih Band 3 baths 5roome
Sper nnel NNwToU and 3 bths, 0 fireplaces
Ssplit bedrooms with 2540 sf under ceilings are approx. 12 feet high. It also features a large detached 2 car
original miles, 4-dr. sedan, automatic, AC, blue roof Kitchn wih granite ounter garage 3040 but for your convenince there is an attached carport at
Personnel Resources is now hiring matalic paint, 4 new tires $4500. 334-701-0010. opb rr sn e fromnt pr e eller s v y motiated ad is open o al ofers. ake

future! Start training t B auiwindow motor, fuel gauge. mLuon4236*$1830n0 Everything is there and ready for you! Dondt miss out on this home! It won't last
_ei__hb__hod. O ined an aos. to see this h.me naw. 5250.000 MtS# 249040
WarehouseWor reer Toyota 1r98 Avalon ov new tiress paint, k 1310. Pricedt sell at a R tsee $149 900 #249
Mutiple shifts available with great pay rates! cold AC, exc. cond. 154K miles, $2500. ML#2 4 ,0.Small 2/1 home in
Candidates must be able ssist ain 9miles on major tune-up (incluig distribtor, d Blou town. Nice area
pre-employment background 33p487 yn roo9 -po I of town and convenient to
Candidates&m b HVAbl ps334-792-8018 Otlnuntstuwn. nicelarea
check and drug screen. 855-44 6 Fd colep6 Fd 25 E : dical disicEx. l eeverything! This is a great
4 /2 1628 f H/ LaorI fmn a home a starter home. Ferced
a For more information, Harley Davidson Ultra Classic: orr lotoon. pdo bn yard and carport. Too cute to pass up. Very affordable at $62,000 with
email hireme Nprdothan.com m2002 3mod tr ha luon. (ombino tin payments that will be lower than rent! Don't pass this up. MLS# 249218
Garage kept, nice bike, 24,000 miles. Two-tone wihrordwd & file floing thru out.

& TS UTI.N Y'`;:! NEW U S NG. 3/2SRisk with large fenced yard,
Ranch oated on a Dead End paved clm screened porch, workshop,
extshastrxeeet withnv 0n0k1h over 2000 sf /.b andeI
SbasicC able 5 850-592-49 Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 covered paos and bickyord is fend omicdeck with hot tub and a
RUNS GREAT! G d tires. with chain link & wood privoy pones beautiful pool! Ready for a
RUNS GREATH Good tires. Nicely londscoped. day of relaxation enjoy your
Look ahead to your New Sears battery, rear large famiy room plant a garden lay by the pool work in your workshop.
1& 2R future! Start training window motor, fuel gauge. 183,000. Everythin is there and rady fr you! Don't miss out on this home! It won't lst
F BRT for a new career io n Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k M53.77 S# 2493 $1Pde t ,000. at $149900 ML24307
MLot ret ed. ical Assisting, miles on major tune-up (including distributor,5 quiesn sttin for thisd ts 0 otaare ready ffo
COLLEGE Medical Office Admin., plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as cle ond Horses tPropemt osin T his well maintained 3
3br2.5ba 24040 0o sq.fl h ee Ma V, tw p age, m 2 Bath has
Pharmacy Technology, my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking wh h metal roof a&Iomen, t of charm. It has been
p sHVAC! $l2,900. 334-750-5000 6030334-me693- bm4 20 or -n wi very well maintained. The
tQaloity Homes & llsAs & coe hoo, 2 we ll m b kit chien was updated, has
Call Fortis College 855-445-3276 Ford 2005 Explorer: Green. Extra clean, loaded a dishwasher, and is the
nvin 2012 and the Central Air and Heat unit is onlyabout 3yrs. old. Formal Dining
Skept. Excellent condition. $9,250 or best offer. Pat Furr and Living area, ffice/Computer Room, and a great workshop garage that is
mallCall 334-347-6375 savRealtor ofu Uw 90 .l f24a20 in size. In a quint and relaxing area of Grenwood, but not too f r from

ing. betwpR ES ID ENIA $, G0 Call 334-347-6375 Realtor townm and shoppingntid. $89,900 otMLS# 249169Rad$3,
m .( erson ts. for sale .^ .^ .5/o Pd Ahces itvygodset l ponti Romead8 $22,00850.209.8071
PR E i al JEEP, 2006 Rubicon, 44,000 miles, loaded with furr50.209.om Completely renovated and
.', F I - extras, excellent condition, FSBO 205-902-4212 furr9@msn.com Completely bran ated new inside!
....x a FSBOces gretsA lokn s beard new minsie!
II__ This 3Bedroom/2lath home is New appliances, beautiful
["- ,a. deliqhtful brealth of fresh ir with hardwood floors, unique
t1/1 Free water, sewer, garbage, laundry anbeaul hikhory tring nht, design. Open ceilings
/1l. He a y ar wn af rb e u d popul$ar in i the s and this builder added 4insulated panels to keep it
basic cable. $500 mo 850-592-4793 Chevy 2010 Silverado, 4 door, 54K miles, newly rn :ed ors and o en ia heag and -coon. Patio perfeoenert anng and family
SOn-star, Bluetooth Weathertech mats. w- foor pan. l oThe fn. Th home ha csha at ea hat iv o $it0 hm $221,000M S
sell. $24,500 3314-585-58 43cuoordCehough, then $0ked
Prud_ tial Jim Roberts -eaRetiring and must eseh.$24dp00. 334-585-5288 -end bohypd, wth aondlmpwng
GMC 1998 Sierra 1500 state owned and yhruhuut front & ba k, & sepoaste Interstate 10 and Hwy 77vnec
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna maintained runs & rides great! $3495. DOBO 24s2 ore hn w/nlO b ted e in mceloent lcation
8 8 Mobile Homes Rent t Own 850-526-2963 or 850-557-2523. & coledwkhop REDUCED to capitalize on Highway
A2 &3B R Mobil e Homes R dept O-6 9 WI B-5Y52 3 CARS# 249113 $1 65,000. 77 beach access traffic.
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urchase as a whole for 5,000 o at canse updates and renovations under roof, but only 972 is being used. Has potential of 2-3BR/1- 167 m are trathin rgpeor
in 3 1.05+/- lots Each for $15,000. Located close to located on 5 acres. 2BA, large outside deck. With the location, this property has would make a great hunting tract or
the High School and in an established neighborhood! otentia!!! Bring all offers!!! Priced at $116,900 MLS #247834 investment proer to plant in timber.
MLS# 249229 $45,000. Thi ropey as been priced to sell.
HOME INSIDE AND OUT! Two story home with many nice This 3BR/2BA brickautifulwaterfront unginaloun
4 /31/2 with almost 2700 feotures located on 3.26 acres. home sits on appx. ounty. o lis locatedont bli231g wnt qui
sq ft under air! Relax on 4 acres near the aless to Panama (ily beaches and shopping.
Sfthe wraparounder Mill Pond Well Lot alredy bas a well and a septi aonk an ie
athe twraparund porch. p ndoasmallbuilding thetis being uedto
Large fenced backyard, maintained home with newer metal roof, beautiful in- in. Randy to build. Posible Owner Financing
16x32 gunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen MLS# 249240 $154,000. ground pool, fenced-in back yard, RV bldg. w/workshop. don poyenlOwner would possibly ren
is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space! Large center Must see! Priced at $219,000 MLS #248727r RVreainingthe69,000 M 24615
island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or MARIANNA Price
5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 Reduced on this spacious This 3BR2BA southern It pC nC e i E yo slor ns Id,
_ _ _Reoouced on 001 s fpaThis 3BR/2BA southern the RIGH panrel tor you. 5l11. on great tor
4 bedroom home close home has a formal LR, nting, recreltion, oraroplond. Abundollf:
PERFECT FOR formal DR, beautiful doer, ild hogr, urkey, etc & Some reek ontange.
YOUR LARGE to town. step-down great d nn e subdivided. Lend is raTentl Itned,
FAMILY?? Great room, breakfast room, t dependig on elle time ofouseprre, osle an ible
4/2 with almost oneIelld sr inwome trom tease pro-noted. Poid01.
4/2 with almost bonus room, nice hardwood floors throughout under carpet and nor financin with acceptbl down payment end
1700 sq ft under MLS# 249104 $55,000. 2 fireplaces! Home needs updating. Many old-style Southern tenS113,000. MLs225278
Air! Beautiful Oak trees. Incl. 3 parcels totaling about 1 acre in Cottondale. PP for p ed...................................................................nd
t1original hardwood PRICED AT $85,000 MLS #248624 fRee I oNVESTM rNT 0PP Y or a ploced anit
floors! The Family BLOUNTSTOWN approvedsubigisi onpaved wr/90onlyminales
room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed! Price Reduced on this Beautiful m o iommunl in the iea with swearnporo
Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC newer home in town in Beautiful octagonal etrnes and indes remainolloing t pldenial ota.
unit! This home can be offered asa short sale! MLS #248281 established neighborhood. 2BR/2BA home lThis dee W laeRO inclo 10 WAThREW lo, pri
completely remodeled pblic water, public sewer, underground utilities, and
AT in 2008 located on a on ted nrn. Th rood hs been pailly prepared with roodbos mterial and i ready
this 4/2.5 POOL MLS# 249083 $59,900. unique fork of the Chipola River. Granite countertops, electric .....................................................................
Home. Over 1800 Sq fireplace, high ceilings, loft as a bonus room, half-wrap deck, etc. Subdivision. his golf course communily is
Ft. Needs some TLC COTTONDALE Make an appointment today! Priced at $155,000 MLS#248028 apopularsppo for new site built homes, and
But could make the Brick home with 3 couldbeiust thelotobuildyourdreamhomel
perfect Family w orne. i0 noold b nt lold pourdm hel
Located on 1.31 bedrooms in country This is o wooded lo located lowards the back of
Acres! Call Tday for on 3.95 cres. Very Southern plantation ndianSprings.S36,500. MLS#248942
information! nice design. P R IC E style home in prestigious .............................. ....................................
REDUCEDI! uIndian Springs Sub. I ne pith n new f, and
MLS# 249025 $105,000. This 4BR/2.5BA home is updted babrooms. Thre bedroomwith a neoi
EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE MARIANNA waterfront an Lake Osceola. Home has large porches, in-ground pool w/ the ofae on be u sedo n dnoh On
BELLS AND WHISTLESI Over 2800 home locted new liner and many extras. Seller will allow up to $18,000 toward new roof/ heatinbreakflo shoe, gonpt e anter opo and i
Sunroom with Windows from and privte ore and upgrades. Makeyourappt. today! Priced at$225,000 MLS#248285 abi cow ldg throughout liing a. A
Faquet a private area large dea features anire irgeaiacsdA mosaic caank
Floor tot ceiling overlooking the i lovely glsedinporch wihwindowuniandfulg bathroom and loundrya ma. wo outbuldings wi
backyard! The Family Room Boasts d lust few minutes to losed in storone rea. One c porl on the be k of tl e house. sprinkler system, lotsk of frui ees,
18 ft ceilings, built in entertainment center and a granite see thru fireplace to town. gropevine, pecanen and obe a ullarge oak. Sl79000. 01#,248335
the sunroom. The Main Kitchen is a dream. Granite countertops iwith a center Thi appealing ................................................................
island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car attached garage with ti upded hti home in dapniwn
abonus room which has central air and the detached garage is large enough MLS# 248732 $65,000. 3BR/2BA home has danne y loe he h lder ho this
to store your toys! There is also another bedroom over the detached garage CHA AHOOCHEE beautiful laminate one for y The er have lvingly re is
",2,0c l hg bea. 2 9 h2 a lanrge Thin spce wt3h
hardwood floors, r ep rac e e ia ormi n si p en I rhni
MOVE IN READY! Great investment properlY spacious great room, kit/din combo, Ig bdrms & baths, big utility tmmrt eon & lnrooms. Ms of the house
Great 3/2 with over located in town. rm, new heat pump, 2-car garage, landscaped yard w/backyard eoulllv Iaelahrgeboat por oi chanodsapoport
1900 sq ft! There is a fenced. Close to high school, state park, airport, & so much more. Cforpoking.ittisstuotedonoe olthe moslpicturesque
Mother in Law guest Make an appt. today! Priced at only $154,900 MLS #247791 het
house! Large 1 acre lot1I ,elb homeoilra tner hlad ated
with a uge Workshop! MLS# 249226 $35,000. t
Completely remodeled -=] This 1600 square foot. omi O o rsad
from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sun! te sunroom bedroom Nindu eia laye mnter
overookin nice backard! MLS #24886 MARIANNA lolbuilding on 2 acres thma ltiles o, and bl
ro n b#Unique older home that is located on busy a walk-in shower doa.i tuhmak of the
brought ONiMEoay sa seend par onaeooking a
Sneed sto be brought back Hwy. 90 between Marianna and Cottondale. This structure aktytondscraed bana ordal Meinn s o lfish iond in ttentha uslot dd to the
1080 sq overlooking Cozy 211 with to its great potentials. has a large open area with several office areas. Make an ....................................................................
Large Backyard with deck PRICE REDUCED a ointmentat 59,900 MLS #24914 vey il bil home in W asur HeOght adi'isbon.
perfect for relaxing! Kitchen TTh lare 4 bedrooml 2 o.ha hoe hroma lo f spor
and baths have had some MLS# 249016 $33,500. This prestigious 4BR/3.5BA in kilchen,& filyoorm, th vou ediesand
updates! Living room and home in North Oaks irep. naddition, omingin rom the croren there
Master bedroom overlook ws wel mudroom complete with laundry roa, I/2 bath,
the waterl Fireplace in Bevely Thomas Subdion shows welexhobby room, whih ouldbe used an offe
liing room MLS #247509 time you enter the o oiaoge. The home sit ona loise 1.+/.a ue
living room MLS#247509foyer! Sunken LR, Ig kitchen orner lot Other leures include, pass through window from kihhen to family room, nkce in paneng
SEVERAL UPDATES IN Realtor with new s.s. refrig. & dishwasher, new stovetop, plenty of cabinets and a in dm.rbooe, ( cen t in heentrywayand banroomss hasfooring and shmeu surrno
THIS 3/2 Home with 850-209-5211 breakfast area. Beautiful crown molding throughout homte. Upstairs bed/ l
1322 so ftl Front orch 0 11 bath wih large multi-purpose room. This a must see! Priced at $289,000 hisb mel r rOahIo Lfe. HU aer bedroom
to relax on. Carpet, a =. 'LOn#2r48914 s n dsadne we wood osoml me
tile and wood flooring. singe i, ,andmarut~doSasewolreo
Highly visible on HWY 71, uih tmknd og .'G s ho o fe
Sunroom off the back. 12000+ sq t metal bldg edronni ronsnragro faie
Located on Hwy 90 in Iwith offices, mtg room, Ig baroms,tl l amibr lod
Sneads. With a Little TLC vdisplay oom' parts s d tisplay d nott.a8 kL 245 on *asid eA2Il
counter, tall sign pole out
this home can be yours! afront houese w _IsUEfani rhomei/nameiooni inGreavi qeh
in the back w. roll /p doors, partiay fenced, al on 7 ac res w/a d esoN eo ore n i en t Da oinGr orem lin
andeini !hNedk omeTL' pi deo. ao me sosel iae sleat of room tor au groalsl
CWATSON HEIGHTSL Large propert of up to 40+ a Pi oety dias nuwmerous poten tial luses. Make wih darsond3o raono
413.5 Brick home with over an appot int enttoay PriA t $495,000 MLS# 247339 Ohivo reanan go u nste Id 'gl3reealx3
2300 sq ft under air located on fI eet 'fl o he kome o no d ha e a rg g orfley okien dl
1.23 acres! Below ground Poo s p -) WATERFRONT ON MERRITS foa r P rn olnt nrist are a d
with nice patio area! Wood W O MLL POND! Retreat fromfq 3215
burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen everyday poD y res t o this o..d.a.h. aa l ag . e ,.,
with center island! Large uniqe Wrat erfront h ise w/ &,WM h ieFlurO0 sooverdn!
Family roorn with tformal Living u e waro nmhome Vill 300 o efdeon pa neWa r T has m da *
and Dining! Needs some TLC. gorgeous views. 3BR/2BA, tht hbta"tmouacn mof bank
big window views from each firhoslras,3U blowns rdo a HUGEaeedpin Wth
DOWNTOWN LIVING IN bedroom, new carpet, boat dock, dock, 2 orksh op$, paved driveway, secluded o lTlthistm l home be oa gil Yr o le
ICHATTAHOOCHEE. Levela fULrHomIne on, f mm marn had Fishng, batng diving swi mng etc Beauifu clear springca ki..d.......shre a1.
4/2 1/2, 2 story home with QUALITY SHINES e for $249a000 MLS #248162 .in droa.16isanrmlS175,0DOMLSI249214
Laudry Ro m.water fed. o all offers! Act MLS# ..41 ... 0 . ..
over 1900 sq ft under air. The THROUGH in this custom Ia be-4odn 3 both hoame i oiuthd of
master bedroom is on the first built home where no expense 2 2 an es win aeb lr win hiomon dw slta
floor and all other 3 bedrooms was spared. Features include walking dirtance a iar eo t in ilhon a kfastre, cod Fram
are upstairs. This home sits Corien counters in kitchen and of Lake Seminole. Sd i nnaomogra lo, Ilond
on a hill or a corner lot/ Very aLiaru e w ol nm with fireone and md Ir
piate yard. Newer home with beths, stainless steel op linces Locn ed on Howel l pios nroondem.hsad r
private yard. Newer home with Lotd Mer o e inclduder a Iag alro doad, doube
all the extras. MLS #248849 and plenty of cabinets in ttchen Road about 250 ano a asyeaerons.ond adei ksae l cotubo
washer and dryer and great yards from the public boat ramp. Exc. location for a Te are twokrge edo sato mhrtPolakooand1 bathnooam lSgeytbum k stoednear eo
LOCATED ON A CORNER! Large fishing camp or a beautiful lake retreat. Minutes from foraddionolsloraoe. 5299, o0ML#s24ef94
3 r4 Bedom 3 bath me room with lighted try ceiling Three Rivers state Park. Addl land available. Drive by m..a..l.m.. .d. .
almst 1900 sq t under air! Th lus planttion blinds, Jacuzzi tub and so much more. Home is today! Priced at only $35,000 MLS #248859 ely iaveTin e n et aome
Huge living room, with 2 Master uandicap accessible and sprayed insulation in walls, ceiling and low he l ndi kehleaehsa
bedrooms. Screened Porch, energy glass windows mkes the home energy efficient. i cc amn
Laundry Room. Sitting on 5 city MLS# 248415 $154,900. acres. 40 acres 1 odo erost orde al dgp ewit orgdeirldn
S2 80 aseBs e rl $ 5 0 ho awe0 surrounded by 100 th....p on nda h front yardlevetIl r c0 Mrd e
lots and as a beautiful backyard acresi in rce e It Bprodc i 16 22llorh.
with a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shop! 2006 airs o 29 3r.
2-i/2 brh oome hms Iedwd flloor.
Snd d AS-IS. MLS #2481D8 MARI NA RE
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SMALL FLOWING CREEK wrkopw/dl, hore rd3 stall & ] padok, partially fced & pearallycrs- ienoythismodernopnafsn l r14 n1 h-e.ho
with a 3/2 Home with Realtor fencedlorh ..... Moslly ......... ddbyn892 ...... sWallregmtpropedyborderedbyHolmes mnlull'd bodunr, gronitos nleco
aprox 1960 sq ft. Open 206-71Q lf8-9049 fosirnehe mnAe ahome s n nliing o,
Kitchen area to Family L5 4 27 *Ip 5 0 *ds ye0-lidnd7imTldre sooanpn
roo m roomoom 1 rfarmwb h long paved in oof ouhdeooo na. Itroo e ibrs ohlgopinn kie sotth ehkeo o hnsumick
New on market so call for Beoutiful 1 Acre Woterfrnt eo5500' 5BR/3BA home hu.5450,000o.L024009s7
List Price. ot in Spring Chose thasunfinished! Has
Subdivision. Loated on a Cul- upstairs bonus room w/ addtlroo ansd apprx. 1000' basement. Ametal eti T IR0OT home on Memnt Mityd in
de-Snc at.nd nest to ann he roof, wrap-around porches, ih-ground gunite pool, 2 detached storage ho un Cooohoangotrancdko
ENJOY BEAUTIFUL beotil wternt home dgs/apt.. Includes a m.h. o propery. Property is half-cleared with a poreamollsaeenwdl yerondus,
SUNSETS ON SUN LAKE. and a ee a s $268,000! MLS #248976 g h vote d w tiln, an ewaseotis epo,
2/2 With aprox 1344 MLS# 249101 $94,500. 'a a a r ngacpseognoedft Yooniorwb
Sq Ft Screened porch ALFORD AND ROUND Location, location, rhint groatrloo ssop gfb mnonel enxt
overloaking water. Located LAKE AREA Nioe mobile location this medical an ogooropllo eouneo th e roor doublt.i reafrkm orno e aeothenmdtg
an 1.35 acres. Sun Lake is home on 20 Acres ofawood land, ofice complex has 1530' emondOryliving oret bsOeten dt3 downsotirsbedmort for sdisno a ng Pa ooie nolk otnoh
an 80 acre Bass Lake. Pier locoted on Mill Pond Rd. next to &t is close to the hospital. rendockinglheooten. 3t0,0anMIS#c49a03
and dock to fish on! New he Historic Kent Mill, one of only Renovated w/new metal -- Sfettl iwaletirdtymbmudos~ oarFLtIh
on market so call today 4 working, woter run Geist Mills roof. Hasn exam mrs. 3 baths, waiting areacheck-in area,& exec. office. ;cdhmr r a re in 2n12 is S e
for price! in Florda, Currently leased on a month-to-month basis. Exc. income producer or use 0 mri rehrd towendc elab r
LARGE FAMILY MLS# 248634 $65,000 foryourown business! PRICEOATi$37.500 MLS#240189 toratadchmelokfnlornirmle. o molgoc
ii MARIANNA AREA- iwos.ana tnognIwoboa*adto dp h ..
HOME. True 4/3 Brick IAR6' 5.4 ACRE HOME SIE NEAR kn~trIm anoncbsoeoo.$9 b uogran 9
hom e w ith a 3 car Here is ani......... ....... .. ...... ...... ..... .. ...
garage on 2.24 OWi is tWme pdNt pspts nwrme,isormoisiBn r.ea
acres. Over 2900 This is lhe perfe-t phoe lor opportunity to own ,rd hemeta.,n tieon w at
sq ft with a large your new s ome, or for o t home norrntdpeaotpllyr.Tegomomdlomeco
: living room, formal : entmroetsor wunting a lsrge Irns to20arso nco, eonsfoa ,,..
dining room and Cuitdseaemsllhsmesnneemminnm, mostly high and dry, wooded property! Not far from town. : 0n-hesyatire fmthormaleisanbu wawedtafs ft
21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out MLS# 249266 $54,500. Priced right! Calltoday! Priced at $50,000 MLS #248919 mu tolheioyasder mnte. O, inocof
living areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 mplefing~t MARIANNA AREAt sme l rl,951"MI2491
LLARGE RBSIDENTIAt LOT NEAR twamnondJ eonnc nil H(,,dn weckrorp xcteI
H .,,,- CT0WNl Beoublully sloping, 1./10 1 4 lots Mashburn Rd., Marianna, FL $t2,000/ea srom sw 7l.Swhar&soerwlt
Anre homesite, near the Ciy sf 3 acres Lake Seminole Rd.- $50,000 seoe oM n toe s qeso o hs, fd0ng l ad
Marionno ond Meaitt's Mill Pond.
Mobile Homei or Site Built Homes 3 lots- Compass Lake In Hills $4,500/oa. ,, ,, ,,,, ,sl o m
accepted. 10 acres- River Road, Sneads $40,000 mow porori.Hnelldeak ceaewnm ren
MLS# 249276 $15,500. 13 acres Hwy 90 $174,500 y asdinnesefe, =,owVS0T ,OWm MaI

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WAS $34,995 WAS $32,995 WAS $34,599 WAS $35,995 WAS $37,995
NOW $29,995 NO $30,495 NO $32,995 NOW $33,995 NO $3~4995

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